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  • Evaluation of the Shared Lives Plus Growth Project +

    Evaluations of the Shared Lives Plus Growth Project - PSSRU, Kent University In Shared Lives  an individual who needs support, moves in with or regularly visits an approved Shared Lives carer with who they have been matched for compatibility. Whilst Shared
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  • Collaborative Healthcare - Supporting CCGs and HWBs to support Integrated Personal Commissioning and Collaborative Care +

    Collaborative_healthcare_-IC_final.pdf A report by Inclusive Change, the national partnership set up to help people “live good lives in good places”, and its partners, showing how small-scale community projects are already delivering major health benefits and savings in communities across the UK.
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  • Homeshare Report 2015 +

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  • A Shared Life is a Healthy Life +

    A Shared Life is a Healthy Life - a report into how the Shared Lives model of care can improve health outcomes and support the NHS. A Shared Life is a Healthy Life
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  • Social finance report +

    A guide to how social finance and the Shared Lives incubator can be used for the creation of new Shared Lives schemes, or the expansion or diversification of an existing scheme Social Finance report
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  • Working with Older People +

    Working with and caring for older people, especially the oldest old, usually people over 85, brings great rewards but also a number of challenges, many of them health related. As life expectancy lengthens, many older people are generally well and
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  • Business case for Shared Lives working with Intermediate Care and Reablement +

    Traditionally Shared Lives has worked predominantly with people with learning disabilities and mental health problems, but there are examples where successful arrangements have been made with people in later life and those living with dementia. Shared Lives has rarely offered
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  • Business case for Shared Lives working with older people +

    Shared Lives is a regulated form of social care delivered by Shared Lives carers who are approved by a registered Shared Lives scheme. Shared Lives enables people to live life to the full in their community, without having to live
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Shared Lives Plus produces publications in three areas. 

Shared Lives
Including publications and information for Shared Lives Carers, Shared Lives Schemes, Older People, Family Carers, Short Breaks, Socially Excluded Adults, Young People in Transition, Community Groups and for the nations of the UK

Materials to support Homeshare schemes and the Homeshare sector.

Policy, Research and Campaigns
Shared Lives Plus campaigns on issues of importance to our members, as well as promoting Shared Lives and improved outcomes within the care sector. 

In most cases to access these publications you need to be a member of Shared Lives Plus.

Public reports and publications can be found above and in the right hand column. 

More in this category: A Shared Life is a Healthy Life »


Below you'll find some information about existing research into our work. If you are a researcher who would like to find out more about research and evaluation opportunities in Shared Lives or Homeshare contact us for our research opportunities brochure.

The Shelter Report
Anne Fernie, former Scotland Development Worker for Shared Lives Plus, explains the development of Shared Lives in Scotland which provides community based support for vulnerable people.
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Older Family Carers Project
The Supporting Older Family Carers project has been wholly funded by the Scottish Government.
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Shared Lives and offenders
Personalising offender resettlement has the potential to: provide new solutions to offender....
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Shared Lives sector Report 2016

The Annual Report from Shared Lives Plus whows how the number of people using Shared Lives has grown by 27% in two years

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