We offer strategic advice to people who want to make the most of their Shared Lives and Homeshare schemes, so more of us can enjoy the best quality and safest form of social care and support.
If all areas caught up with the best performing, 35,000 people could enjoy Shared Lives, saving over £225 million every year, in addition to cost avoidance with reduced trips to A&E, GPs, hospital admissions and reduced reliance on community health services.
Did you know your Shared Lives scheme could save you over half a million pounds a year?
Shared Lives is a growing part of social care (30% growth in the last five years) and it’s consistently rated as the best quality and safest form of care by the CQC, so we know it has significant potential to transform individuals’ lives and society to be more connected, inclusive and human.
You might know it as a service for people with a learning disability, but Shared Lives can offer so much more support to a diverse range of people – and it’s cost-effective. Homeshare is a common sense, safe way to reduce loneliness and tackle the housing crisis, supported by local organisations and enjoyed by over 1,000 people.
And with extra pressures on our NHS and social care services due to the current pandemic, we feel this is an ideal opportunity to support the growth of more flexible and personalised forms of care.
We offer a range of bespoke and specialist advice and support:
Take a look at our free toolkit for commissioners below, developed by our partners Social Finance, with social care and health commissioners.
If you’re interested in working together, please contact Mark Gallagher, strategic advice manager, email@example.com, 07551 154935 or ring our friendly team on 0151 227 3499 today.
““Thanks for an excellent report, including the survey of local Shared Lives carers, which has been very helpful in informing Bridgend Council’s thinking about the next steps. The report is thoroughly researched, well presented and comprehensive with sensible and helpful recommendations.””