Moving on: how private capital is helping vulnerable adults find their independence - Triple Point

Lee Rowley's story demonstrates the positive impact of specialised supported housing and why it is so important that, where possible, we give people with care needs a home they can call their own.

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... The lockdown has laid bare a number of significant faultlines in our society, including the homelessness crisis, the surge of global domestic violence, and the weaknesses of the social care sector. After years of a steady and continuous fall in government funding, we are facing profound demands as a society to improve care for vulnerable adults in the UK. In this article Triple Point explore how private funding can fill the gap left by public funding and provide people with the independence, support and dignity they deserve.

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