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Widening choices for older people with high support needs / BOWERS, Helen ; [et al].
York , UK : Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2013, 94 p. (27-02-2014)
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Lieux géographiques
: Royaume-Uni

Mots-clés principaux
Personne en perte d'autonomie
Participation du malade
Proche aidant
Réseau informel

Résumé :

Not A One Way Street was a collaborative research project designed to better understand the various ways in which older people with high support needs take up active roles within support arrangements based on mutuality and reciprocity. This report shares the findings of that study, which was funded by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) and undertaken by the National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi) and Community Catalysts (CC).

This study examines the experiences of older people with high support needs involved in support based on mutuality and reciprocity.
It shares the benefits and outcomes achieved for individuals, families, communities and organisations funding and providing this support. The findings are relevant to the future funding and delivery of long-term care, and the transformation of local services.
The report highlights how:
* A typology of mutual support describes the options covered; e.g. Shared Lives, Homeshare, cohousing, time banks, mutually supportive relationships, self-help/peer support networks, mutually supportive communities.
* Over 100 people across the UK shared their experiences of and outcomes achieved by these models.
* Such options work best when they are locally focused, personally delivered and connected to other services and networks.
* Significant change is needed in the way that services are commissioned and delivered so that current options for support are widened to include these models.

Langue : Anglais
Doc n° : 30806 ISBN / ISSN : 9781859359495
NumRec : 6632803
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