• Worcestershire County Council | Extra Care In Worcestershire

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    Worcestershire County Council | Extra Care In Worcestershire

    The term ‘extra care housing’ has become one of the most widely used as the generic term for purpose designed, self-contained housing for older and disabled people with care and support.

    Extra Care is a good option for people who want to move out of their family home and prepare for older age. If their health declines, there is care on hand to support them, and enables users to remain independent for longer. It can be the perfect choice for someone needing support to live independently and they can keep up usual routines and activities in the local area.

    It is planned to make Extra Care Housing an increasingly well-known and chosen form of specialist accommodation in Worcestershire. It will be available for people who want to buy and for people who want to rent. We will take a leading role in enabling Extra Care Housing and will encourage and work with providers from the social, charitable and private sectors to deliver the extra care housing required in the County of Worcestershire.

    The full extra care strategy can be found here: http://bit.ly/1Newlxn

    For more information, contact our friendly Extra Care Team at extracare@worcestershire.gov.u­k or on 01905 822654

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