We're not a terribly newsy site here at the Social Care News blog but we are always happy to share information which is both positive and useful. The launch of a new guide supporting the provision of supported housing in the pursuit of better health outcomes fits that bill
I feel at the epicentre of my recovery. It is my choice what decisions are made and this alone has had a very positive impact.
Making it Real for Housing is aimed at commissioners and service providers. It offers advice and case study examples to show how housing can be tailored to be person-centred and focussed on outcomes.
The guide is based around a set of ‘I’ statements that describes what good personalised care and support looks like from the perspective of people who use services. The statements cover different areas of provision and activity that impact wellbeing. They are: information and advice, the role of active and supportive communities, flexible and integrated care and support, personal budgets and self-funding, workforce and risk enablement.
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