This is a guideline from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence.
Who is it for?
Commissioners, managers and health, social care and voluntary sector practitioners who deal with vulnerable people who may have health problems caused, or exacerbated, by living in a cold home.
It makes a number of recommendations on how to:
- reduce risk of death and ill health associated with living in a cold home so that excess winter deaths can be prevented
- improve the health & wellbeing of vulnerable people
- alleviate fuel poverty and energy efficiency
- reducde the pressures on health and social services.