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Business case for Shared Lives working with older people

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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 alone or in a care home. Individuals who need support are matched with compatible Shared Lives carers and families, who support and include an adult in their family and community life. In many cases that person moves in, to become a permanent part of a supportive household, although Shared Lives is also used as day support and as regular short breaks for unpaid family carers.

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Research

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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