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Housing and Health: Working in Partnership

Dr Stefan White and Karen Mitchell presentation

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Housing and Health: Working in Partnership

  1. 1. PHASE: Research and Architecture for Healthier Places Supporting the understanding and creation of Age Friendly Neighbourhoods PHASE with Southway Housing Trust: Karen Mitchell, COE Southway Housing Trust Dr Stefan White, Co-director PHASE@MSA
  2. 2. PHASE – Place Health; Architecture Space and Environment Supporting the understanding and creation of healthier places • PHASE have developed strategic approaches, delivery services and support tools for the design and implementation of places with integrated health, care and environment provision • Doing so in partnership with communities and 3rd sector and institutional stakeholders e.g: • Strategic: Co-producing our Age Friendly Cities approaches with Southway Housing Trust and MCC Public Health team • Delivery: Co-producing Age Friendly Neighbourhood partnerships with Residents, Registered providers, Health and Care professionals, LA Public Health, planning and environment teams and 3rd Sector organisations
  3. 3. We provide strategic place analysis and design approaches at regional, neighbourhood and building scale • A strength/asset-based model Connected Communities programme / Transformative Community Development approach based on complexity theory / Wellcome Centre of Cultures and Environments of Health • Place-based WHO/UN capability approach Aligned with core indicators to provide comparative evidence • Quality of life / Cost and clinical effectiveness • E.g WHO Age Friendly cities KOBE evaluation • Successful pilots and scaled up implementations Old Moat (in an Age Friendly Manchester) Manchester Age Friendly Neighbourhoods (in an Age Friendly Greater Manchester) Strategy : Place-Health Creation Model
  4. 4. We work to set up co-research, design and delivery processes in specific neighbourhoods • Co-creating a spatial understanding of the life- course experience Combining interpersonal research, bespoke surveys, census data, health intelligence and urban environment analysis • Revealing the complex spatial behaviour of cities, regions and neighbourhoods e.g. Working with the Satellite catapult in Cornwall and the Scottish Highlands • Providing robust evidence base For targeted action by residents, third sector and public institutions e.g RP’s / GP Federation Delivery: Place Analysis and Action Planning Methodology
  5. 5. We develop and provide tools for independent delivery by communities and partners • ‘PlaceBase’ Database system for Community-led multi-stakeholder partnerships Enabling them to establish, flourish and sustain - purposefully connecting residents and service providers • ‘PlaceCal’ Collaborative Neighbourhood Calendar application for social prescribing working with the innovate UK CityVerve programme • ‘PlacePlan’ resident-led action planning tools for the Design, and implementation of projects for the neighbourhood integration of health and social care • ‘PlaceAct’ Resident-led neighbourhood project funding and evaluation process Support: Community Technical Infrastructure
  6. 6. Age Friendly Context A community based landlord managing 5,900 homes across South Manchester • 50% of Southway tenants are over 50 • Family homes, limited bespoke accommodation • A significant number of older tenants live on low incomes and report they suffer from a limiting illness or disability • Southway recognised need to improve the quality of life for older tenants and developed its first Age-friendly Strategy in 2011 In 2012 Southway commissioned research to investigate the whether or not Old Moat was “age-friendly”
  7. 7. Old Moat Neighbourhood Research • Utilises “ageing in the city” principles but at a neighbourhood level • Evidence based using WHO and Age Friendly Cities methodology • Our approach recognised as an exemplar of best practice
  8. 8. Co-Research, design and deliver  Determine the barriers there are to being age-friendly  Develop and prioritise an evidence based action plan  Co-produced with older people  Prioritised the role of older people as Age Friendly Champions
  9. 9. Key Findings and Actions • Many older people spend most of their time in home/immediate neighbourhood • Extent to which neighbourhood is age- friendly is significant determinant of quality of life • 114 actions identified for delivery • Over 50 completed to date
  10. 10. Key Outcomes • 2,300 tenants accessed age friendly support services • 15 older tenants now Digital Champions • 432 residents given digital access training • 66 staff and community workers trained in dementia awareness • Sheltered wardens role developed – health and well being, reducing isolation • Burnage part of Manchester Age Friendly Neighbourhoods / GM Ambition for Ageing • Development of the NORC and LINKages (social prescribing service with 3 GP’s)
  11. 11. Key Outcomes Urban • Dementia friendly signage • Local Campaigns e.g ‘Take a Seat’ • Age Friendly Noticeboards • Age Friendly Benches • Improved routes and traffic crossings Social • Winter Warmth & Safe and Secure Events • Age Friendly Gardens • Sensory Garden Homes • 42 new affordable and age restricted homes • Extra Care strategy developed – 170 apartments subject to funding
  12. 12. “When I first got involved I was very weak and I was just coming out of a bad place… Being part of the Age Friendly Partnership has given me strength to get up and out in the community, and has given me a purpose and the capacity to help others at risk of social isolation.” PHASE: Overview
  13. 13. PHASE R1 Thursday June 22nd 2pm No.70 Oxford Road Contact: s.white@mmu.ac.uk To register visit: https://phaser1.eventbrite.co.uk Help us focus future Place-Health research - join our Research Roadmap event: