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Housing, health and Inclusion
Jake Eliot
Policy Officer
National Housing Federation
• Making the links
• Policy issues – Supporting People and PSA 16
• Case study – bringing the issues together
Housing, health and inclusion
Housing and Social Inclusion
How can housing and support fit
with health?
Care and support
with support
Supporting People: progress to build on
• Value for money services
£3.41bn of financial benefits
• User involvement, tailored support planning
• Joint commissioning – more joined up
working in the future?
• Developing understanding of levels of need,
but where is this held, and how is it used?
The local government landscape
“greater flexibility to set priorities,
greater discretion over how to
meet them.”
• Single set of national indicators
• Local priorities set through
Local Area Agreements
PSA 16 – target on social exclusion
• A home and a job are
important to stop exclusion,
and support providers are vital
partners in achieving this
– Improving supply and
– Better planning and
– Joint working to improve
Image Copyright: Southdown Housing Association
Fair Society, Healthy Lives
- the Marmot Review
social determinants of health, “the
socio-economic conditions that
influence the health of individuals,
communities and jurisdictions as a
• Create and develop healthy and
sustainable places and communities
• Strengthen the role and impact of
Big challenges
• The link between accommodation and support
• Getting the case for supported housing heard
• Joining up services, focusing on prevention
• personalisation: achieving more independence,
choice and control
St. Stephens Close, Three Rivers HA
County Durham
• Supported living to help people move
towards independent living
• 8 self contained flats with 24 hour support
and access to community networks
• Floating support available to aid transition to
other accommodation
£22,000 estimated savings per client per
year compared to residential care
Stay in touch…
Jake Eliot, Policy Officer
[email protected]
Direct line: 020 7067 1084