Housing and Care for Vulnerable Older People: Social Housing Providers and Older People’s Organisations Working Together (Orbit Charitable Trust)

Summary

This report from the Orbit Charitable Trust discusses the outcomes from a programme of research and policy work into the needs of older people with dementia, mental illness and other health-related problems and the ways in which different organisations might collaboratively satisfy those needs. The outputs from this project are detailed insights into the potential roles of social housing providers in shaping and delivering future services. The policy implications for local authorities, housing associations, older people’s organisations and for the third sector broadly are covered.

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Reference

Hucker, D. (2012). Housing and care for the most vulnerable older people: what can social housing providers and older people’s organisations do together? …the outcomes. Warwick: Orbit Charitable Trust, May 2012.

[A brief reference to this item features in Dementia and Elderly Care: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWNHST), Volume 3 Issue 5, January 2013].

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