Real Homes for All
Everyone should be able to have a real home of their own, without debt or price inflation or rent exploitation.
Our New Family
Peter Leidy shares his family's experience of partnering with another family to support an elderly relative.
The Community Living Project (CLP) is a family led organisation supporting people with a disability to access the good things of life in their local community.
Exploring the Meaning of Poverty
Poverty isolates and divides us. It leaves us thinking we are not good enough and we are too poor to spend time with friends or family writes Simon Duffy.
Getting Behind Individual Service Funds (ISFs)
Simon Duffy explores the reasons why ISFs are a helpful tool for achieving citizenship for people with learning disabilities and others who use social care services.
The Search for Suitable Housing
The hurdles Jane Gregory, her family and her daughter had to overcome in order to get a home to live in despite official policies of personalisation and deinstitutionalisation.
This project with The Sheffield Diocese and Church Action on Poverty focused on listening to local people affected by welfare reforms, public sector cuts and economic change.
A Qualitative Study of the Impact of the UK Bedroom Tax
This report examines the impact of the bedroom tax on health and wellbeing in a North East England community in which 68.5% of residents live in social housing.
Quality Checking Government
A survey by the Learning Disability Alliance England on the impact of the UK Government on people with learning disabilities.
Rethinking Social Housing
Social housing isn’t working for the people Beyond Limits support who have been institutionalised for years in Specialist Hospitals but there are alternatives.
Housing to End the Prison of Hospital
Sam Sly explains why special hospitals are often worse than prison and why there is a need for bespoke housing solutions.
Investing in Ordinary Lives
Investing in Ordinary Lives is an initiative to increase the supply of housing for people with learning disabilities by drawing on alternative sources of funding.
Shared Management is an approach for organising practical support using the expertise of people, families and service providers.