Finding our own way home – a ‘big’ conversation

The key results from research conducted into the housing opportunities and blockages for people with a learning disability and/or autism. Jointly written by the Housing LIN and Learning Disability England (LDE) and published in November 2020 amongst it’s findings are included:

  • There are now more people in their own home and ‘supported living’ and fewer people living in residential care
  • There are still a lot of people who are having difficulties trying to leave ‘assessment and treatment units’ to move into a home of their own
  • People are often offered a home in an existing property, such as a ‘shared house’ which may not be suitable for them, often with people they don’t know
  • There needs to be a quicker and less bureaucratic way of using grant funding from NHS England to develop housing for people who need to leave an assessment and treatment unit

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