Older People with High Support Needs in Housing With Care (Joseph Rowntree Foundation)

Summary

This Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) briefing discusses the promises and the challenges of Housing With Care (HWC) as a model for improving the quality of life of older people with high support needs. The main messages and practice examples from previous JRF studies are summarised. Three aspects of HWC discussed in this JRF Round-Up include:

  1. Promoting supportive and positive relationships.
  2. Certain boundaries of roles and responsibilities.
  3. Affordability, choices and quality of life.

Read more: Older people with high support needs in housing with care. Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

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Reference

Garwood, S. (2013). Older people with high support needs in housing with care. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF), May 2012.

Related Earlier References

Other references drawn on by this JRF Round-up include:

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Reference

Pannell, J. Blood, I. [and] Copeman, I. (2012). Affordability, choices and quality of life in housing with care. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF), December 2012. There is also an Executive Summary.

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Reference

Blood, I. [and] Copeman, I. (2012). Can self-funders afford housing with care? A guide for providers and commissioners. London: Housing Learning and Improvement Network, December 2012. There is also an Executive Summary.

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Reference

Blood, I. Pannell, J. [and] Copeman, I. (2012). Findings from housing with care research: practice examples. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF), December 2012.

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Reference

Croucher, K. [and] Bevan, M. (2012). Promoting supportive relationships in housing with care. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF), December 2012. There is also an Executive Summary.

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Reference

Blood, I. Pannell, J. [and] Copeman, I. (2012). Supported housing for older people in the UK: An evidence review. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF), December 2012. There is also an Executive Summary.

[A brief reference to this item features in Dementia and Elderly Care: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWNHST), Volume 3 Issue 9, August 2013].

Possibly of interest:

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Reference

Buchanan, M. (2016). Sheltered housing developments ‘shelved due to benefit cuts’. London: BBC Health News, February 16th 2016.

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