House of Generations

First soil turned for a prototype of future care homes that mixes generations Sølund is an ambitious pioneering prototype for integrated urban nursing homes of the future which also acts as a driver for the development of Nørrebro district in Copenhagen. The building includes 360 nursing home units, 150 youth housing, and 20 senior homes,Continue reading “House of Generations”

Barrier Free Japan

Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare aims to make care facilities a ‘living place’ for people with disabilities The Japanese government intends to make residential care facilities a form of “living place” and promote the transition of residents to the community and the use of private rooms. Read the story in full and the blogContinue reading “Barrier Free Japan”

Living in Children’s Homes

This short study published 10 years ago provides an insight into the nature of children’s residential homes, the characteristics and circumstances of the young people who lived in them and on the short-term outcomes for these young people. It built on other research for the Department for Education (DfE) Raising the Bar? An Evaluation ofContinue reading “Living in Children’s Homes”

Living Well: a new name for weekly rehabilitative support programme! – Arthur Rank Hospice Charity

Arthur Rank Hospice Charity is rebranding its supportive and rehabilitative eight-week programme to the Living Well service, following consultation with patients, relatives, healthcare colleagues and volunteers. The Living Well service typically sees patients who are in the earlier stages of their diagnosis and those who might need assistance to manage the symptoms of their condition.Continue reading “Living Well: a new name for weekly rehabilitative support programme! – Arthur Rank Hospice Charity”

Intergenerational Living – a new way of living the old way

Justin Shee, The Kohab 07/03/19 “OK, so I get why older people would want to live around younger people, but why on earth would young people want to live around old people?!” This is one of the most common questions I get when I talk about The Kohab’s (opens new window) intergenerational living model.  ItContinue reading “Intergenerational Living – a new way of living the old way”