New Perspectives for Residential Child Care in 2022

4th January 2022 Jonathan Stanley Change is necessary: 2021 – Providers, property, profits 2022 – People, practice, pay. Unless we shift we’re on a carousel. This is the work NCERCC is committed to in 2022. See the most recent blogs from NCERCC at… NCERCC source: https://ncercc.co.uk/new-perspectives-for-residential-child-care-in-2022/

Better retirement communities will reduce the social care burden

By Will Bax, Thu 4 November 2021 There is a wider societal benefit to be gained if more housing with care is available… the chief executive of Retirement Villages Group makes the case…one of the lessons of the Covid crisis is that, outside care homes, there were specialist residential options for older people that recordedContinue reading “Better retirement communities will reduce the social care burden”

The Supported Living Property Podcast

Lisa Brown discusses all things relating to Supported Living Property Investing. Visit website Available episodes: 3 days ago Chris Wild – The Care Review and property for young people In this episode Chris Wild talks about children’s care system and his concerns for the currently unregulated support provision for young people in care who areContinue reading “The Supported Living Property Podcast”

Despite License Denials, Nursing Homes Can Keep Operating In California

The pandemic has highlighted poor care in America’s nursing homes, where nearly 175,000 people have died of COVID-19 — a third of all deaths in the country. Even before the pandemic, advocates pointed to dangerous conditions in U.S. nursing homes, including staffing shortages and infection control failures. Many nursing homes didn’t provide quality care, theyContinue reading “Despite License Denials, Nursing Homes Can Keep Operating In California”

Finding our own way home – a ‘big’ conversation

The key results from research conducted into the housing opportunities and blockages for people with a learning disability and/or autism. Jointly written by the Housing LIN and Learning Disability England (LDE) and published in November 2020 amongst it’s findings are included: There are now more people in their own home and ‘supported living’ and fewer peopleContinue reading “Finding our own way home – a ‘big’ conversation”

The ‘housing-with-care’ sector and the investment opportunity within

…a surge in demand for accommodation that allows older people to feel safe and supported in their own homes. The attractiveness of the retirement living model in terms of its ability to flex access to care and health and wellbeing support is central to its success. Read the blog of Nick Edwards, chief operating officerContinue reading “The ‘housing-with-care’ sector and the investment opportunity within”

Housing and Care for Older People: Defining the Sector

This report by the British Property Federation aims an understanding of the housing options available to older people in the UK. It includes key definitions of care and support and supporting evidence for greater provision of purpose-built housing for older people. Download Report Source: Housing and Care for Older People: Defining the Sector – NewsContinue reading “Housing and Care for Older People: Defining the Sector”

Survey offers positive insight into the financial state of the care home sector

Des Kelly OBE, Residential Forum Trustee, gives his take on the state of the care home market survey In a week in which the FT has reported the sale of HC-One (the largest care home provider in the UK) by its consortium owners for £1 bn. it may seem slightly odd to be making referenceContinue reading “Survey offers positive insight into the financial state of the care home sector”

UK faces £15bn care home replacement bill

The UK is facing a £15bn bill to replace 6,600 lost #carehomes over the next five years, global property consultancy Knight Frank says. Knight Frank’s Care Homes Trading Performance Review says the UK is facing a national care home crisis with the loss of 140,000 beds. 2016 brought an annual net loss in UK careContinue reading “UK faces £15bn care home replacement bill”