Estimation Future Requirements for Extra Care Housing in Swindon

Case Study 21 shows how one Unitary Authority has developed and utilised a tool to help inform a strategy for housing, support and care for older people.

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Living at Hartrigg Oaks : residents views of the UK’s first continuing care retirement community

This report draws on the experience of the residents, including their reasons for moving there, the location, community, amenities, satisfaction etc.

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User involvement in extra care housing

The role of the user in the development and management of schemes; policy, regulatory, and best vakue drivers for user involvement; different forms that user involvement can take in extra care. Factsheet 8

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Dee Park Active Retirement Club – Age Concern Berkshire

Case Study 27 addresses issues of social interaction and isolation, and the promotion of an active and healthier lifestyle

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Extra Care Housing Development Planning, Control and Management

This guide aims to support urban and regional planning professionals engaged in forward planning and development management to respond to the growing demand for extra care housing in England

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Linking the Evidence-base to Outcomes: a consultation study for Essex County Council’s Older Persons Housing Strategy

This study provides an example of how key data on the household characteristics of older people can inform and underpin local planning strategies and documents such as Housing Strategies for Older People, Housing Market Assessments, Suppporting People Str

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Extra Care Housing (FS10)

Extra care housing is a form of retirement housing with personal care, meals and 24-hour support available for those that need it. Extra care housing can be rented from the council or a housing association, purchased leasehold or as shared owner-ship from

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A Virtual Care Village Model

Case Study 17 describes the approach Cumbria has taken in developing a more coordinated approach to delivering services to enable people to continue living in their communities. The rural nature of Cumbria has presented particular problems in developing a

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