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Thursday, 04 June 2015 11:27

Business case for Shared Lives working with Intermediate Care and Reablement

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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 intermediate care or reablement services to date, but there is growing evidence that Shared Lives would be a suitable provider for these services and that different and more imaginative ways of providing them are needed.

pdfBusiness case for Shared Lives working with  Intermediate Care and Reablement


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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.

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Shared Lives sector Report 2016

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