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This article is particularly concerned with residents who fall short of the test of contractual capacity, that is, of understanding the nature of the contract they are entering into. Elderly people and those with severe learning difficulties have become a cause of concern because of uncertainty...
Moving forward the debate on links between housing and health is a formidable task. Government willingness to address the connections is only the beginning. Much hard work, of thinking, persuading and organising, lies ahead, and the paper offers a list of suggestions for how to go about it.
His paper looks at the implications of a judicial review last July of four cases concerned with the eligibility of service charges for Housing Benefit funding. It explains why the NHF recommends that funding for tenancy support should remain part of the housing system rather than be moved to...
Management is not easy in an environment of continual change, and it is fatally easy to adopt a ‘quick fix’ approach to the problems created by new initiatives. Many organisations are finding that instant responses and latest buzzwords are not delivering. It is time to stop trying to re-invent...
Research demonstrates that the PFI process in its current form is not well designed for the procurement of housing and residential care within the Health Service. This paper draws conclusions and recommendations for using the PFI more effectively in this domain.
Homelessness makes mental health problems worse, but inappropriate housing can be damaging, too. We need to be flexible and supportive in our provision, offering options for both independent and supported housing, and easy transfer between them. Government policy on housing should recognise the...
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