Funding is changing, demand growing, service charges are being debated and overall the quality and value for money of older persons’ housing services is likely to face increased scrutiny. These drivers are motivating more and more providers to review their housing provision and put in plans for the future to meet the needs of an ageing population. This is why we are launching our new Older Persons Housing Practice Forum.
The Forum will support organisations to review their existing and future provision of housing for older people. By blending ‘one to many’ learning and ‘one to one’ consultancy, the Forum provides a perfect balance of information sharing – bringing you up-to-date on latest policy and best practice, offering a platform for knowledge exchange with peers as well as providing bespoke support. Delivered by a team of experienced experts, the Forum participants will benefit from:
The workshops will cover four key themes:
The additional two days of consultancy will see us work together to explore your needs and agree the content of the two days to ensure that this delivers best value to you and your organisation. The Forum begins in September 2018.
For more information about the Forum, pricing and timescales, please contact Elaine Middleton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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