In this week’s edition, we would like to remind our readers that there’s still time to apply to become of The Dunhill Medial Trust’s TAPPI2 “testbeds”. This is a fantastic opportunity to co-produce a TAPPI Framework, led by community-based organisations who are interested in ensuring the principles proposed during Phase 1 are developed and tested in real settings. The deadline for submissions is 16 May 2022.
We also draw attention to Dying Matters Awareness Week, and this year’s campaign asks us all to consider whether we’re #InAGoodPlace to talk about death, dying and grief? The Housing LIN wanted to show support by sharing a selection of bereavement and end of life care resources that you may find useful, including the recently launched 'Better Lives, Better Endings' resource by Octavia and St Christopher’s Hospice.
In other news that caught my interest, we signpost to:
- UKRI Healthy Ageing Challenge: The SMART Grant is here (opens new window)
- Chartered Institute of Housing: CIH responds to Government plans to revive Right to Buy for housing association tenants (opens new window)
- TSA/TLAP: Why the Future of Technology Enabled Care is in the Hands of the User and Carer (opens new window)
- Learning Disability England: Funding the gap – Helping Self-Advocacy Grow (opens new window)
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The Housing LIN would like to thank Willmott Dixon for their support in producing this newsletter.