Homeless Link has launched the Supported Housing Alliance programme at its Supported Housing: shaping the future conference in London.
The Government has launched their housing White Paper, ‘Fixing our Broken Housing Market.’ What does it say that will make a difference to homelessness?
Jim Glennon provides us with an insightful and engaging blog on why an awareness of details matter when it comes to providing simple suitable home design and adjustments for those living with dementia now, and in the future.
Towards the end of last year, the Government published a consultation on work, health and disability. This consultation outlines the proposals for a new Health and Work Programme, which will replace the existing Work Programme later this year.
Following on from the announcement of the supported housing consultation last month, we have been doing some initial analysis of the consultation document and begun to engage our members on the issues it raises.
Help us to develop our new dementia training programe! We are offering, at no charge due to funding, the opportunity in January 2017 for our members to attend the pilot course sessions for a programme of dementia training that will be rolled out nationwide in March 2017.
Waltham Forest Housing Association (WFHA) is a small local provider of, predominantly supported and sheltered housing, in London Borough of Waltham Forest. With a large percentage of our tenants over the age of 60, we have been involved in the research work on Small Providers involvement with Dementia with Orbit Charitable Trust in 2013/14.
The Department for Work and Pensions and the Department for Communities and Local Government have published their consultation on the future of supported housing funding. This consultation, which has been eagerly anticipated since the Secretary of State’s ministerial statement on supported housing in September, explores some of the key issues and principles underpinning the proposed new system.
The funding of rents in supported housing remains an area of uncertainty for both homelessness organisations and those providing accommodation to other disadvantaged groups. In this webinar we explain what we know so far, what to expect in the near future and answer your questions.
What we know so far following a statement from Rt Hon Damian Green MP, Secretary of State for Work and Pensions in September 2016.