First Stop Care Advice Service Business Plan 2008 2011

This document outlines the key features of the One Stop Care Advice Service (OSCA) such as its aims, why it is needed, the method of service delivery, the operational and financial implications. It is set up by four organisations working in collaboration:

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Making the Housing Connections An interim evaluation of the Silverlinks Programme

Silverlinks is a Care & Repair England initiative which is enabling older people to make more informed decisions about their housing & related care. It is helping to create networks of mutual support whereby older volunteers share their personal housi

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Housing Options for Older People Service HOOP An Evaluation of FirstStop Manchester

As the UK continues to see an ageing population where appropriate housing solutions are scarce and high quality advice and information about these is limited, Manchester Move and Northwards Housing are pleased to present this report about the work that ha

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FirstStop Advice for Older People An independent evaluation of local services

This report presents the results of an independent evaluation of local housing and care options advice services for older people which are working in partnership with EAC FirstStop and Care & Repair England, with financial support from the Department for C

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Making the Case FirstStop Advice Summary Brochure

This brochure summarises the results of an independent evaluation of local housing and care options advice services for older people which are working in partnership with EAC FirstStop and Care & Repair England, with financial support from the Department f

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FirstStop Evaluation FirstStop Warwickshire value for money case study December 2011

This report from the Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research analyses the value for money (VFM) of the FirstStop Warwickshire service. It is part of an ongoing project. VFM is always based on a combination of research evidence and assumptions b

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