Monthly Archives: March 2016

Helping people to age well in place

The Centre for Ageing Better held a recent round table to look at how to help older people ‘age well in place.’ Most people want to stay within their home environment for as long as possible. In a major report … Continue reading

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Our response to the LGA Housing Commission

The Older People’s Housing Champions Network has submitted its views and evidence to the Local Government Association’s (LGA) Commission on Housing. We want to ensure that the Commission addresses the wider housing issues of an ageing population and includes long … Continue reading

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Growing Older Together: An Overview of Collaborative Forms of Housing for Older People

This viewpoint from the Housing Learning and Improvement Network looks at collaborative work in developing a range of housing options for older people. Highlighting a number of examples the viewpoint argues that providers of housing for older people should do … Continue reading

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Infographic on housing, health, care and ageing

See our new infographic on housing, health, care and ageing which was produced by Care and Repair England with input from the Older People’s Housing Champions network

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Off the Radar: Housing disrepair and health impact in later life .

This new report from Care & Repair England sets out the national picture with regard to the scale of poor housing conditions amongst older people, the concentration of poor housing in the owner occupied sector and the resulting impact on … Continue reading

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