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Published 30 marzo 2022
Anna is a specialist in Social Care at international law firm DAC Beachcroft. The firm is a partner of the International Longevity Centre (ILC)
Demand in the UK for high quality, age friendly housing options that provide onsite care and support for older adults is growing and is expected to continue and rise. Housing with care and support schemes are intended to prevent social isolation, prevent interaction among residents and help people live independent, healthy lives as they get older.
A report “Diversity in Care Environments” conducted by Bristol University in collaboration with the International Longevity Centre (LC) and the Housing Learning and Improvement Network (HLIN) aimed to establish how these environments support residents from social minorities. The key findings noted in this Winter 2022 report are as follows:
And some key recommendations on how to create an inclusive environment:
For details of the full report please access: Inclusive neighbourhoods: Promoting social inclusion in housing with care and support for older people - ILCUK
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