Supported Housing
Flexible and future-proof solutions

What is Supported Housing?

Supported housing is accommodation that has been adapted to support a range of care and support needs including:

  • Physical disaibilites
  • Learning disabilities
  • Mental ill health
  • Elderly individuals

In the October 2017 policy statement for Funding Supported Housing, the Department for Communities and Local Government and the Department for Work and Pensions stated that a new funding regime is being introduced for these types of housing in April 2020.

There are approximately 651,000 supported homes in Great Britain presently, and the overall number expected to rise to 845,000 by 2030. (Find out more)

Supported Housing Solutions

Our range of solutions can be configured to operate on their own or can be combined with Technology Enabled Care services or Door Entry Systems. They enable people to remain independent in their present situation, and provide flexible and future proof options that can be tailored to incorporate additional functionality if an individual’s need should change.

Residents in Supported Housing often require additional support and may have a wide range of needs.

Residents in supported housing often require additional support and may have a wide range of needs. Supported housing incorporates:

  • Sheltered and extra care housing
  • Long-term supported housing
  • Core housing
  • Cluster housing
  • Managed schemes
  • Extra care developments