Extra-care report out

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

Sector analysts Laing & Buisson have released the fifth edition of their annual “Extra-care Housing Markets” (2004/5) report, which analyses: – Current and historic data on the volumes and growth of the various integrated care and housing services, – The formats of various extra-care housing models, – How extra-care is paid for, – Regulation of extra-care housing under the Care Standards Act 2000, – “Supporting People”, – The likely future directions of the market, – How care homes and homecare businesses may be affected, – The future of sheltered housing, – The role of Housing Benefit, the “Supporting People” programme grant, and social services in purchasing, – The current expansion of the industry, with profiles of its major players, – The convergence of telehealth and social alarms services. “Extra-care Housing Markets” (2004/5), price £450, is available from Laing & Buisson, 29 Angel Gate, City Road, London EC1V 2PT. Tel: 020 7833 9123. Fax orders: 020 7833 9129. Website: www.laingbuisson.co.uk

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