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Accommodating differenceEvaluating supported housing for vulnerable people$
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David Clapham

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9781447306344

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: January 2016

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781447306344.001.0001

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Models of supported housing

Models of supported housing

(p.11) One Models of supported housing
Accommodating difference

David Clapham

Policy Press

Chapter one sets the context for the rest of the book by describing the main similarities and differences in forms of supported housing. First it examines the definition of support and looks at the many different kinds of accommodation and support that can be provided and their objectives. The chapter then focuses on the different models of supported housing by identifying the diverse ways in which different forms of accommodation can be mixed with various forms of support. A number of models are identified and they are described and some general issues that influence their impact are identified. This discussion is intended to set the scene for the more detailed discussion of supported housing models for particular ‘categories’ of people in the following chapters.

Keywords:   Support, Supported housing models, Well-being

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