Who can live in supported living?
Supported living is available for people who:
- are aged 18 years or more;
- are ordinarily resident in Haringey and/or registered with a Haringey GP;
- have been assessed by the council as eligible for services under the 2014 Care Act, or have similar needs and can pay for their own support;
Is Bromford a housing association?
Bromford was formed in 1963, with an objective to meet the growing demand for housing across the West Midlands and surrounding area. We are now a top 15 housing association nationally.
How many homes does Bromford?
Bromford now owns and manages around 40,000 homes and provides services for approximately 90,000 people living in those homes.
What is classed as supported living?
By supported living we mean schemes that provide personal care to people as part of the support that they need to live in their own homes. These schemes are also known under other labels; for example ‘sheltered housing’ or ‘assisted living’, or ‘retirement homes’.
Who is the head of Bromford housing?
Robert became chief executive of Bromford in November 2018, after being appointed as chief executive designate in July 2018. Robert was previously chief executive of Merlin. He joined Merlin March 2014 and was appointed to the Merlin board in April 2015.
What is a housing association house?
Housing associations offer similar types of housing as local councils – often to people on a low income or who need extra support. You can apply: often through your local council.
What does supported housing provide?
What is supported housing? In supported housing, accommodation is provided alongside support, supervision or care to help people live as independently as possible in the community.
What’s the difference between supported living and residential?
What is the difference between supported living and residential care? People in supported living are responsible for their own bills and cost of living. In residential care, few benefits remain available. These include the mobility part of PIP and some of the daily living component.
What is supported living scheme?
By supported living we mean schemes that provide personal care to people as part of the support that they need to live in their own homes. The personal care is provided under separate contractual arrangements to those for the person’s housing. The accommodation is often shared, but can be single household.
What kind of housing does the Bromford have?
The Bromford comprises a mix of 1 and 2 bed high quality supported housing apartments with design features and housing related support services to ensure that our tenants feel independent but reliably and appropriately supported to become an active and integrated part of their society and community.
How many flats are in Millward place Bromford?
We will never share your details as guided by the Data Protection Act. Millward Place has 14 self-contained flats and a communal hub. It offers people with a learning disability a safe and secure home where they can live independently with the care and support they need.
How can I change my mind about Bromford?
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Which is the first point of call for Bromford?
If you’re a Bromford customer your first point of call for tenancy queries is your neighbourhood coach. You can do certain things quickly right here on our website. Our customer area offers information, help and advice to help you manage your home.