Assisted living report released

Posted on January 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Market analysts Laing & Buisson have released Assisted Living Markets 2000, their UK market report on integrated housing with care. This second edition extends the scope of the earlier report, with new information and identifying trends in a market which has changed dramatically since 1998. The report analyses: #current and historic data on the volumes, prices and nature of the various integrated care and housing services; #the often complex purchasing processes; #how assisted living is paid for; #the effects of With Respect to Old Age and Supporting People; #the likely future directions of the market; #how care homes and homecare businesses may be affected; #the future of sheltered housing; #the housing benefit position; and #the current expansion of the industry, with profiles of its major players. The report was prepared following interviews with private and voluntary sector assisted living and retirement housing providers, local authority purchasers of homecare and residential care, and industry associati

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