Care & Support
Care and support is a highly complex area. Demographic change, rent reductions and uncertain funding threaten the viability of new supported housing. Effective engagement between supported housing and health is a challenge.
We have worked extensively with care and support providers, as well as charities, housing associations, local authorities and commercial organisations. Our team includes experts in supported, sheltered and extra-care housing, and bring knowledge of funding arrangements, service delivery models and business development. Our previous work has included: developing older peoples’ housing strategies; reviews of sheltered housing provision; service quality audits and evaluations; competitor analysis, partner mapping and merger support; business development assistance; strategic and market positioning reviews.
What our clients say:
In preparation for the introduction of the Homelessness Reduction Act and our Early Adopter Homelessness Prevention Trailblazer pilot (funded by the CLG), we commissioned Campbell Tickell to undertake a review of our homeless hostels for single people and temporary accommodation for homeless families, with a view to make best use of limited resources. Liz Zacharias and Karen Patten conducted the review sensitively and professionally and gave us well thought-out options for improving the pathway for homeless people in Southwark. They listened to us and understood the range of stakeholder requirements. They delivered a first class report and platform for going forward.
I found Campbell Tickell highly professional and easy to deal with. They produced exactly what I wanted on time and to a high standard.
Working with Daphne Ingham has been a real pleasure. Her knowledge of the housing care and support field is comprehensive and up-to-date. Her analytical ability is exemplary. She is also good fun to work with, which is always nice.