This is an Example of Practice illustrating how initiatives and extra services run by Housing Associations directly or indirectly have a significant positive impact on the quality of life, health and well-being of those people being supported.
This example describes the range of supportive activities and resources provided by an Extra Care Team to new and established tenants, most of which are targeted at more vulnerable tenants, and looks at the impact of these. The connection between these activities and health and/ or well-being is not always immediately obvious, but nevertheless exist.
This report describes the progress made over the first four years of the ten year RCOP programme. It builds on the Reflecting on Progress report published by the Joint Improvement Team (JIT) in November 2013. Both reports describe how partnerships have used their Change Fund to make a difference to the lives of older people […]
The number of people aged over 65 living in Perth and Kinross is expected to increase by 74% by 2031. The Reablement Service launched in Perth City on Monday 4 October, 2010. The service is aimed to help people regain skills that will allow them to live as independently as possible in their own homes. The Reablement service is also key in ensuring the Council can meet the challenges that lie ahead for service provision.
The full Immediate Discharge Service – Reablement, Perth & Kinrooss Example of Practice (Update) is available here. It is an update of the original Example of Practice published in 2013, which can be accessed here
This report provides an account of collaborative learning and sense making and evaluation of the experience of a pilot programme in Lothian during 2013-14, which was funded by the Joint Improvement Team, NHS Education for Scotland, City of Edinburgh Council, NHS Lothian and the Thistle Foundation.