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- 'Specialist Housing, Specialised Solutions' post-conference reportResource - Added on
Housing LIN post-conference report of the inaugural Extra Care Housing event held on 1 May at the Mercure Hotel, Swindon.
The event took a panoramic view of the policy and practice landscape to get a better picture of the future direction of housing, care and support for older people.
- A Measure of Success - evaluation of extra care housing for people with learning disabilitiesResource - Added on
Housing LIN Report - The lessons from 10 projects to provide extra care housing specifically for people with a learning disability should be of interest to those involved in re-modelling services, campus closures or trying to create new provision for older people with a learning disability.
Details are provided abut design, care services, costs, tenancy and lessons learned.
- Approaches to Procurement and Delivery of Care and Support in Housing with CareResource - Added on
Drawing on the experience of local authorities and providers, this Care Study report uses eight new case studies and five updated ones from the 2010 (edited in 2015) Housing LIN Care and Support in Extra Care Housing Technical Brief to focus in on the variety of ways in which these services are procured, funded, configured, delivered and charged for in HWC schemes for older people.
It explains the relevance of each heading in the scheme case studies and includes the approaches adopted by three different local authorities.
- Assessment and allocation in extra care housingResource - Added on
This Housing LIN Report explores the main issues in the assessment for and subsequently allocation of extra care housing illustrated through a small number of case studies.
It sets out the key considerations for commissioners and providers to ensure an effective approach.
- Assistive technology as a means of supporting people with dementia: A ReviewResource - Added on
To coincide with the Housing LIN's involvement in the Prime Minister's challenge on dementia, we have published this helpful review of how AT can support people with dementia.
Co-authored by Tahir Idris and Steve Bonner, they indicate that awareness of the products, devices and solutions available is still sketchy and variable around the UK and there is almost a 'postcode lottery' relating to the quality of AT solutions available to people with dementia due to the varying approaches taken around the country.
- Can self-funders afford housing with care? A guide for providers and commissionersResource - Added on
This Housing LIN 'Housing with Care Affordability Guide' aims to help providers and commissioners of housing with care (HWC) understand affordability from the perspective of self-funding residents (prospective and current).
It covers: extra-care and very sheltered housing; retirement villages (sometimes mixed-tenure and/or with a care/nursing home on site); assisted living developments (private sector HWC); housing for social rent, full and shared ownership (leasehold), market rent; housing association, charitable and private sector providers.
- Charging in extra care housingResource - Added on
This Housing LIN Report discusses the merits of a variety of models for charging residents of extra care housing for their social care.
It explores the challenges in this area presented by the personalisation agenda and the development of mixed tenure schemes, in addition to the planned introduction of free personal care.
- Commissioning for Outcomes and Co-productionResource - Added on
This report by NEF looks at commissioning for outcomes in the context of social value, well-being and co-production.
It includes practical resources to help commissioners put these ideas into practice and an extensive range of examples and templates from other local authorities.
- Connecting Housing to the health & social care agenda - a person-centred approachResource - Added on
This Housing LIN Report uses case studies to suggest how involvement of housing and other neighbourhood services in meeting the needs of vulnerable people can improve the health and wellbeing of service users and assist complementary service providers.
It also offers suggestions for ensuring that housing and housing-related services - such as better and safer neighbourhoods - are involved in the planning and delivery of health and social care priorities and services.
- Cost model: Extra Care HousingResource - Added on
This jointly published report with AECOM, Pozzoni Architects and the Housing LIN replaces case study No34 which provided an overview of extra care housing in general and concludes with a cost model based on a scheme of 16 self-contained single-bed flats and six two-bed homes located as a three-storey separate wing to a care home.
The new report provides an overview of the policy and funding drivers for extra care housing and give an updated cost model based on a recent extra care housing development in the North of England comprising 77 one and two bedroom apartments covering a gross internal area of 6,855 m2.
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