Register to become accredited before the end of December 2021 & benefit from a 10% discount!
Sheltered and supported housing providers play an essential role in maintaining the mental and physical well-being, independence and quality of life of residents and service users; as well as in the sustainability of their communities. Through independent assessment, our Code of Practice enables you to demonstrate the quality of your sheltered and/or supported accommodation and services against nationally recognised standards and to measure the positive outcomes for your customers as well as providing you with a cost effective framework for regularly reviewing and updating policies, procedures and processes; ensuring staff are knowledgeable trained, and supported; and for identifying your strengths and areas for improvement.
Why erosh accreditation?
We have played a key role in the sector for over 20 years and were involved in the development of the original Code of Practice standards. We benefit from long standing credibility in the sector and the CoP is central to our efforts to raise and maintain standards and to improve the outcome for residents and service users.
Being part of the Code of Practice community will enable you to network with other CoP achievers to share your experiences and discuss your evidence gathering challenges. You might also consider erosh membership which gives all your staff access to a variety of good practice and policy resources which may contribute to your evidence. You can also sign up for our free regular e-zine with sector news and views.
Code of Practice Accredited Organisations
You will be in good company!
Find out who else has achieved the erosh Code of Practice (formerly the CHS Service Excellence Standards)Accredited Organisations
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You can also use our handy checklist of the key building blocks you should have in place before registering.Are you ready? Download the checklist
Don’t forget your 12 month registration period gives you plenty of time for review and preparation before the accreditation process starts …so you can proceed at your own pace to accommodate any changes you are planning.