Report that identifies the impacts which demographic change and an ageing population will have primarily on the public finances in respect of the provision of health and social care, housing, and pensions and the labour force, and the planning being undertaken by the Scottish Government and key public bodies to mitigate such impacts.
What is it? Better Futures outcomes tool is a web-based IT tool designed to enable housing support service providers working with individuals to record their support needs over a period of time. In particular, it provides a means of recording a baseline when someone starts using a service, as well as plotting their aspirations using a unique scoring system. The tool is also able to produce reports from the data held to enable organisations to measure the outcomes of their work with service users on a continuous basis.
Document that explains exempt accommodation in respect of Universal Credit.
Report that focuses on the initial perceptions of the impacts on landlords prior to the introduction of welfare reform changes. It includes a profile of the housing association sector in England, covering information which will help to clarify which associations might be disproportionately affected by changes, and a summary of the potential impacts on housing association landlords from the available literature.
Paper that describes how initially one, and then a group of members of a South London housing co-op, started working towards improving their organisation for older people.
It is written by the member who initiated the project in response to issues facing the co-op’s ageing population.
Paper that examines the notion of ‘cohousing’; draws on examples of cohousing from outside the UK; and assesses the potential for cohousing in the UK.
It was commissioned as part of the JRF programme on A Better Life, which aims to increase our understanding of what can help older people with high support needs now and in the future.
Report that documents authors' perspectives and then examine some of the relevant literature on the potential of personalisation, co-production, mutuality and concepts of the family.
It presents the findings of an online survey of younger LGB adults (30–69) who were asked to consider how and where they would like to live in older age, particularly if they have high support needs.
Series of case studies, which provide practical examples of bringing together housing, health and care, deliver savings of between £2,946 and £17,992 a year compared to less integrated pathways.
One of three papers which explores the practicalities of delivering housing for older people and maximising the benefits to health and wellbeing.
Briefing from a four-year study to provide an independent analysis of the impact on homelessness of recent economic and policy developments in Scotland. Key areas of interest include the homelessness effects of the post 2007 economic recession and the housing