Tag Archives: Shared Lives and Supported Living Schemes

Dementia Friendly Housing Organisations (Orbit Charitable Trust / Housing LIN)

Summary The Orbit Charitable Trust has produced a guide for smaller housing associations, and other housing providers, explaining how social landlords can improve their support for older people living with dementia. Guidance is provided on improving residents’ quality of life … Continue reading

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Co-Production in Adult Social Care (SCIE)

Summary Co-production promises to make an important contribution towards solving the many challenges facing social care, including pressures to improve: (i) the cost-effectiveness of services, (ii) user and carer experience, (iii) community capacity and (iv) better integration of health and care. This … Continue reading

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The Long Term Care Revolution (King’s College London / Housing LIN)

Summary The Housing LIN has made available two documents supplying the background thinking behind “The Long Term Care Revolution”. Read more: The Long Term Care Revolution. Housing LIN. Assisted Living Platform: The Long Term Care Revolution The Institute of Gerontology at King’s College London wrote the … Continue reading

Posted in Assistive Technology, Community Care, For Carers (mostly), For Nurses and Therapists (mostly), For Researchers (mostly), For Social Workers (mostly), Housing, Housing LIN, Integrated Care, Management of Condition, National, Person-Centred Care, Quick Insights, Standards, Telecare, Telehealth, UK, Universal Interest | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

People Powered Health: Co-Production Catalogue (NESTA)

Summary This document catalogues examples of collaborative public services in action, looking particularly at those involved in health and social care. NESTA believe that co-production is potentially transformative; because it involves “re-framing the problem and re-establishing relationships to enable more … Continue reading

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Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards in England 2010/11 (Care Quality Commission)

Summary The Care Quality Commission (CQC)’s second annual report on deprivation of liberty safeguards has identified that some care homes and hospitals are failing to meet their obligations on liberty safeguards. The safeguards regarding the deprivation of liberty are intended … Continue reading

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