The Effects of Recent Cutbacks in Supporting People Funding on Service Providers of Extra Care in Cardiff
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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The aim of this research is to investigate what effects budget cuts to Supporting People funding are having on providers of extra care in Cardiff. The objectives are to understand what the Supporting People programme offers extra care schemes in Cardiff and how providers of extra care in Cardiff are responding to Supporting People budget cuts. In recent times, there have been budget reductions in housing-related support services as a result of Supporting People funding cuts (Homeless Link, 2013). Therefore, the research hopes to achieve an understanding of how service providers of extra care in Cardiff are being affected by, and responding to, cuts to Supporting People funding for housing-related support services. This research has summarised the findings into three key themes – the benefits of Supporting People funding for extra care schemes in Cardiff; the impacts of Supporting People funding cuts for extra care schemes in Cardiff and; the concerns for the future of housing-related support services for extra care schemes in Cardiff that are funded by the Supporting People programme. The findings and conclusions drawn from these three themes have led to recommendations for the service provision of housing-related support services at extra care schemes in Cardiff, that are funded by Supporting People.
BSc (Hons) Supported Housing
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