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  • Local Estates Strategies: A Framework for CommissionersResource - Added on 30/06/2015
    The Department of Health have released a document for estates and facilites managers in primary care that advises how to develop a strategic approach to making the most of NHS Buildings and Land. In particular, outlines that good quality strategic estates planning is vital to making the most of these changes and will allow the NHS to:fully rationalise its estatemaximise use of facilitiesdeliver value for moneyenhance patients' experiences when using NHS facilities.
  • Viewpoint on Co-Production, Personalisation and Housing: Improving Outcomes for Individuals and CommunitiesResource - Added on 21/12/2010
    Housing LIN Viewpoint No 18 - Further to the bigger role for communities and emphasis placed on co-production in the recent Vision for Adult Social Care, and the Decentralisation and Localism Bill, this Viewpoint looks at the implications for housing commissioners and providers, and how they can transform the lives of individuals and communities by seeing their roles and relationships differently.
  • Valuing People Now and Housing for People with Learning DisabilitiesResource - Added on 24/02/2009
    On 19 January 2009, the Department of Health launched a cross-government strategy, Valuing People Now - a new three year strategy for people with learning disabilities. This Housing LIN Briefing No27 summarises key sections and issues arising from the Strategy and its Delivery Plan.
  • Housing and Dementia Research ConsortiumResource - Added on 16/09/2008
    The Housing and Dementia Research Consortium (HDRC) is a membership group that has come together to achieve timely, high quality research focused on 'what works' in order to directly influence policy and practice in relation to housing with care for people with dementia. It was set up in 2008 in order to develop robust evidence on dementia care in a Housing with Care (HWC) setting and now has a membership of over 90 individuals and organisations.