Movement of households in sharedownership housing in the UK

Shared ownership is the most common form of subsidised access to home-ownership, and is commonly viewed as a ‘stepping stone’ to owning a home in full. But to what extent does this actually happen? How are shared owners able to ‘move on’ once their housin

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Achieving mobility in the intermediate housing market moving up and moving on

Shared ownership is the most common form of subsidised access to home-ownership, and is commonly viewed as a ‘stepping stone’ to owning a home in full. But to what extent does this actually happen? How are shared owners able to ‘move on’ once their housin

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A Better Life Alternative approaches from a service user perspective Shaping our Lives

Report on a small-scale consultation with service users and disabled people

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A Better Life Alternative approaches from the perspective of families and carers of older people with high support needs

Draws on case studies from Counsel and Care’s advice service to highlight issues raised by carers of older people with high support needs. Explore how residential care and extra care housing could be improved

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A Better Life Innovation and better lives for older people with high support needs international good practice

Innovative ideas and suggestions already in circulation in the UK and globally that would contribute to better lives for older people with support needs

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A Better Life Demographic issues projections and trends Older people with high support needs in the UK

Overview of existing knowledge on demographic issues, projections and trends in relation to older people with high support needs in the UK

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A better life for older people with high support needs in housing with care

What needs to change so that older people with high support needs can have a better life with care

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Facing the cost of long term care Towards a sustainable funding system

One in a series of publications by JRF; this one brings together a series of discussions of an advisory group established by JRF to steer its ongoing work on care funding.

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