Case Studies - Local Authorities/NHS Commissioners

Worcestershire County CouncilCLIENT: WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL/NHS COMMISSIONERS
PROJECT: RESHAPING ACCOMMODATION AND SOCIAL CARE CHANGE PROGRAMME [+]

Isle of Anglesey County CouncilCLIENT: ISLE OF ANGLESEY COUNTY COUNCIL
PROJECT: OLDER PERSONS HOUSING, CARE AND SUPPORT ANALYSIS OVER THE NEXT 20 YEARS [+]

Cornwall CouncilCLIENT: CORNWALL COUNCIL
PROJECT: MARKET POSITION STATEMENT - ACCOMMODATION AND SUPPORT FOR OLDER PEOPLE [+]

Worcestershire County CouncilCLIENT: WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
PROJECT: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE HOUSING, ACCOMMODATION AND SUPPORT NEEDS OF OLDER PEOPLE. EXTRA CARE HOUSING STRATEGY [+]

London Borough of HounslowCLIENT: LONDON BOROUGH OF HOUNSLOW
PROJECT: EXTENSIVE CONSULTATION WORK WITH SHELTERED HOUSING TENANTS AS A PART OF A WIDER REVIEW OF THESE SERVICES [+]

Dorset County CouncilCLIENT: DORSET COUNTY COUNCIL/NHS COMMISSIONERS
PROJECT: MANAGING A HOUSING DELIVERY PROGRAMME FOR ADULTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES [+]

London Borough of NewhamCLIENT: LONDON BOROUGH OF NEWHAM
PROJECT: SUPPORTING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PERSONALISATION OF CARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES WITH THE LOCAL VOLUNTARY SECTOR [+]

East Sussex County CouncilCLIENT: EAST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL/DISTRICT COUNCIL PARTNERS
PROJECT: DEVELOPMENT OF A HOMELESS STRATEGY FOR VULNERABLE YOUNG PEOPLE [+]

London Borough of BarnetCLIENT: LONDON BOROUGH OF BARNET
PROJECT: REVIEW OF SUPPORT SERVICES FOR PEOPLE WITH COMPLEX NEEDS [+]

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Can Self-funders Afford Housing with Care? A Guide for Providers and Commissioners

The Housing with Care Affordability Guide aims to help providers and commissioners of housing with care (HWC) understand affordability from the perspective of self-funding residents (prospective and current).

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Planning and Commissioning Housing for People with Learning Disabilities: A Toolkit for Local Authorities

This is a 'toolkit' for local authorities with adult social services and housing responsibilities. The toolkit is intended to assist local authorities with their partners to plan effectively for the housing requirements of local people with learning disabilities and to be able to deliver a wider range of housing options in practice. It is intended to assist local authorities to deliver the objective of more people with moderate to severe learning disabilities living in their own homes.

The toolkit is set out in two main parts: Planning and delivery.

The toolkit is designed so that each 'component' section can be used independently, or it can be used in its entirety as a sequential series of steps and actions.

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