Funding the Shared Lives Model of Support For Living Independently At Home (NHS England / Shared Lives Plus)

Summary

NHS England is to invest £1.75 million in the Shared Lives Plus scheme which aims to help people be cared for at home, rather than in hospitals.

“The Shared Lives model will support people who have needs which make it hard for them to live on their own, by carefully matching them with a carer to share their family and lives, giving care and support in the community”.

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Reference

NHS England backs innovative care initiative. London: NHS England, April 11th 2016.

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