Change that leads to better lives

Housing and support - new resources to support informed decision-making by commissioners and providers

Alongside a group of partner organisations, we have been working on several research projects around housing services. We want to gain a better understanding of what matters to individuals and families in terms of their housing and support, producing evidence to support more informed decision-making by commissioners in this area.

These three sets of resources are the result of a crowdfunded research project exploring what is important to different groups in terms of housing decisions.

Many thanks to the funders whose generous support enabled this work.

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This research report shines a light on the role and input of family carers in different housing settings. Over 100 family carers shared their experiences with us – some said they had never been asked about their role in this detail before.

  • Quality is up My Street : measuring and monitoring the quality of housing services for and with people with learning disabilities – key findings from commissioner and provider surveys

Fifty six commissioners and service providers told us about their current practice around the quality of housing services for people with learning disabilities. This report explores which aspects of quality were most important to them and the barriers and enablers to quality encountered when commissioning or providing housing services

NDTi’s easily accessible illustrated guide bringing together existing good practice guidance and tools to enhance service provision – a useful resource for commissioners, service providers, self advocates, family carers and support workers.

The findings from this crowdfunded research is feeding into a larger piece of research examining the quality and costs of supported living and residential care for 200 adults with learning disabilities.

Contact Details

Anna Marriott
Tel: 07593 443740
Email: anna.marriott@ndti.org.uk

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