The Housing and Support Needs of Adults Aged 18-55 with Impaired Vision: a good practice guide

Short description:

Although this guide gives general guidance for people with impaired vision aged 18-55, many good practices apply to peaople aged 55 and above.

This guide gives general guidance on the housing and support needs of adults aged 18- 55 with impaired vision. It is based on research carried out at University College London between March 2003 and February 2005, jointly sponsored by the Housing Corporation and Thomas Pocklington Trust.

Type of publication:

Good practises

Date of publication:

02/21/2005

Author(s):

Julienne Hanson

Publishing organization:

The Housing Corporation; Thomas Pocklington Trust; University College London

Language:

English

Long description:

The two year study involved questioning 240 blind and partially sighted adults living in London, Tyneside, the West Midlands and the Bristol area about their housing and support requirements, and talking to 90 stakeholder organisations in the four regions who were responsible for the delivery of housing and support services to visually impaired adults. The full research findings on which this guidance is based can be read in a series of reports that are available both on the UCL website and on the websites of the research sponsors. 

Copyright information:

import from Sensage project