Seniors Helping Seniors works to improve the experience of ageing in the UK.
We are disrupters. We have chosen to work towards exemplary standards. We have been accredited by the best of the best.
This page details our relevant accreditations. The descriptions of what the accreditation means to our customers and to our potential business partners explains why partnered with these industry leaders. With the exception of the CQC for our personal care services, all the accredited organisations are voluntary for health care organisations, we joined to ensure our organisation is best in class and we are proud to contribute to these organisations.
Seniors Helping Seniors is a thought leader and a campaigner. We align ourselves to many other organisations and campaigns, here below is meant to explain the membership logos.
The CQC is the independent regulator of health and adult social care in England.
The CQC makes sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and encourages care services to improve.
The CQC monitors, inspects and regulates services and they publish what their findings including performance ratings.
Homecare.co.uk is leading UK Home Care review website with 10,861 Providers, 2.5 million+ visits per year & 43,399 Home Care reviews
Homecare.co.uk verifies reviews and customers rate us out of five, on five broad areas and customers provide comments on their experiences with the care providers to help other care seekers to make care choices.
The Living Wage Foundation is a campaigning organisation in the United Kingdom which aims to persuade employers to pay a living wage.
The organisation was established in 2011. It publishes an annual Living Wage figure and companies pay to be accredited as employers who pay at the rate of the “living wage”.
The Living Wage foundation celebrates and recognises the leadership of responsible employers who choose to go further than fair pay.
Pay a real Living Wage based on the cost of living, not just the government minimum.
The Real Living Wage is a UK wage rate that is voluntarily paid by UK businesses who believe their staff deserve fair pay they can live on.
The Good Business Charter is an accreditation which organisations in the UK can sign up to in recognition of responsible business practices.
The accreditation is open to charities, private and public organisations
Accreditation is dependent on organisations proving they qualify.
There are ten criteria.
The BFA is a 40-year-old independent not for profit organisation for ethical business format franchising in accordance with the European Code of Ethics.
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