Affordability, choices and quality of life in housing with care: summary

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Pannell, Jenny; Blood, Imogen; Copeman, Ian
Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Date of publication
1 December 2012
Housing and Homelessness, Older Adults
Social welfare
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This is the first study of tenants and leaseholders who are paying some or all their own costs in private and not-for-profit housing with care (HWC). It examines how affordability affects choice, and the consequences for quality of life - particularly for those with high or increasing support needs.

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