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Low intensity support services: a systematic literature review

Author: Quilgars, D.
Year: 2000
Type: Generic

Abstract:

Despite some recent policy acknowledgement of the potential role of low intensity support services in assisting people to live independently, community care resources continue to be targeted mainly on high level, often crisis, interventions. Partly because of this continuing focus, there has been little consideration of the evidence of the value of low intensity services. The Centre for Housing Policy, University of York, has now undertaken a systematic research literature review of the effectiveness of such services in enabling people to live independently in ordinary housing.


Further Details

Publisher Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Accession Number September, 2011
Notes A summary of the findings of the report, not the full report.
Keywords Housing

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