To promote discussion and set the agenda for developing better, more joined up housing care for older people, promising greater choices in later life.
Found: 055]Executive Summary Social housing designed to meet the needs of older and disabled people should be an important
Found: largest not-for-profit provider of housing and care for older people. We own or manage more than 54,000
Found: Communities deliver significant benefits for older people and wider society, by providing aspirational
Found: UK Cohousing Trust [SAH 067] Introduction The Housing, Communities and Local Government Select Committee
Found: about Guinness and Guinness Care The Guinness Partnership is a 66,500 home housing association operating across
1. Covid-19: Effect on Retirement Communities
01/07/2021 - Westminster Hall
1: the debate? Mr Speaker has also indicated that people should wear masks at all times during the debate - Speech Link
2: covid-19 outbreak on the retirement community housing sector.It is an absolute pleasure to lead - Speech Link
22/10/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: almshouses play in helping to meet the housing need of older people, providing them with homes in a safe - Speech Link
2: century has much to offer older people in communities by providing much-needed housing, but that it needs support - Speech Link
3: providing that kind of housing. I believe that they provide 36,000 homes for elderly people who otherwise would - Speech Link
3. Social Housing: Older People
09/05/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: social rent and supported housing. Supported housing, including sheltered housing, plays a vital role in - Speech Link
2: some, if not all, social housing built in future? That would enable people to stay in their homes longer - Speech Link
3: tightened for its requirements for disabled and older people. That will help to inform the sort of progress - Speech Link
4. Social Care Funding: Intergenerational Impact
16/09/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: proposals to address the challenge of funding social care sustainably—something that has been ducked for far - Speech Link
5. Tackling Intergenerational Unfairness (Select Committee Report)
25/01/2021 - Grand Committee
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