Guide to supported lodgings
Author: Bob Broad, visiting professor, London South Bank University BIOG
Publication Date: 04 April 2012
What is supported lodgings?
What is the regulatory context?
How to assess and support hosts
How to assess and support young people
How to make a successful transition towards independence
What are the social worker’s duties?
What do foster carers, residential social workers, supported housing workers, and supported lodgings providers need to do?
The host’s role
What does good practice in supported lodgings look like?
Are there case studies to illustrate the different types of schemes?
What are the hallmarks of a scheme’s success?
Are there any practice and policy conclusions about how supported lodgings schemes are developing?
There is surprisingly little research and guidance about supported lodgings either generally or in respect of looked-after young people living in supported lodgings.
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