Supported and sheltered housing

Resources covering supported and sheltered housing, home care, and work with vulnerable groups including the homeless and rough sleepers.

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docx Current Download the Word version of the Sheltered and extra care housing assessment toolkit here File size: 885KB Published Date: 13/05/2019
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pdf Current Life enhancing homes for people with memory loss and dementia File size: 882KB Published Date: 26/04/2018 Download
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pdf Current Adults’ media use and attitudes File size: 2MB Published Date: 05/07/2017 Download
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pdf Current In her latest blog, Home Group’s Executive Director for New Models of Care Rachel Byrne asks if it was really a coincidence that the consultation on supported and sheltered housing closed on February 13th? File size: 102KB Published Date: 14/02/2017
pdf Current The government's consultation into funding for supported housing is set to close this week, with landlords urged to make their voices heard on plans to change how we pay to house some of society’s most vulnerable people. File size: 108KB Published Date: 09/02/2017
xlsx Current This is the fourth version of our aids and adaptations toolkit. The initial version was produced for HQN members in 2008. Positive feedback on the toolkit confirmed that it provided essential advice in an increasingly important service delivery area, so we have produced this revised edition to take account of new good practice, and the change in regulatory arrangements. File size: 48KB Published Date: 04/12/2016
pdf Current Paying for supported housing (HCL) This House of Commons Library briefing paper explains the impact of the government's policy of requiring rent reductions, and also the application of Local Housing Allowance caps, on the supported housing sector. The sector has argued that the measures threaten its viability and have secured a one-year delay in implementation pending the outcome of an evidence review. File size: 513KB Published Date: 15/08/2016 Download
pdf Current The older population is growing rapidly and more people are living longer. This briefing summarises reasons for developing housing and planning policies to meet the housing needs of older people and key points to consider when developing and implementing policies. File size: 455KB Published Date: 20/05/2015
pdf Current Click here to download the Leonard Cheshire Disability report. File size: 2MB Published Date: 06/05/2015
pdf Current It is often said that the housing and healthcare sectors speak different languages. Each has its own systems and culture and it can be hard to communicate with each other effectively. Helena Taylor-Knox is a professional working across housing, care and support, seeing issues from different perspectives. HQN asked her to write this personal account giving examples of case studies to help housing professionals understand and improve practice in providing integrated services. File size: 873KB Published Date: 25/03/2015
pdf Current Parliament has now passed legislation which provides for Housing Benefit rather than Universal Credit, meeting housing costs for more people living in supported housing and protecting them from the household benefit cap. This briefing paper looks at the new categories of ‘specified accommodation’, the implications for residents and housing providers, and what supported housing providers need to do to ensure that the needs of their tenants are properly met. File size: 318KB Published Date: 11/06/2014
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