Supported housing : past, present and future / Yoric Irving-Clarke.
- Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019. , ©2019
- Routledge focus on housing and philosophy
Routledge focus on housing and philosophy
viii, 107 pages ; 23 cm.
- People with disabilities -- Housing -- Great Britain.
Public housing -- Great Britain.
Housing policy -- Great Britain.
People with disabilities -- Housing.
- This book covers the history of supported housing provision in the context of the broader political and theoretical considerations of the time in which the respective policies were being implemented. The book takes an historical perspective using path dependency as an analytical framework. Particular attention is paid to the critical junctures in the path of supported housing provision and how these limited and continue to limit the policy choices available. The book concludes with a look at the current state of supported housing policy with a view to making recommendations for how policy in this area could be carried forward. The hope is that readers of this book learn the lessons of previous policy initiatives in this area and, by looking at the philosophical underpinning for supported housing can make recommendations for how it can be funded and provided in the future. This book provides a valuable resource for scholars and practitioners seeking to both provide and influence policy in this area. It is also a useful source for students studying housing and urban policy.
Looking at policy - a toolkit
Philosophy, ideology and supported housing
Supported housing - past and present
Supporting housing - the future.
- "Routledge Focus."
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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