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On Friday 31st August, we will be celebrating Starts at Home Day – an annual spotlight on the vital difference supported housing makes to thousands of people daily.  

Aspire Housing and the Starts at Home campaign are committed to: 

  • Ensuring that people who need extra support will always have a home that meets their needs  

  • Helping people to live independently, knowing support is there when they need it 

Our Starts at Home celebrations will take place at: 

On Friday 31st August 2018, 1pm til 3pm 

Mill Rise, Lymebrook Way, Newcastle-under-Lyme, ST5 9GA 

Come along to find out information on Aspire Housing’s community living schemes and see in action the work we do every day to support our customers in the community. There will also be live music and refreshments available. 

Take a look at some of our case studies to see how we have previously helped customers. 

Case Study Mr R

Case Study Ms G 

Case Study Ms P

Case Study Mrs X

Find out how our Community Living Team and our Housing Support and Wellbeing Team have helped our communities in the past year. 

For more information on Aspire Housing’s Starts at Home Day event, please contact us either through an email at wellbeing@aspirehousing.co.uk or call Lynsey Tomlins, Housing Support & Wellbeing Services Supervisor, on 07795 252 293. 

Starts at Home 

The Starts at Home campaign aims to highlight the unique benefits of supported housing to show why it is so important to individuals and society. Over 400,000 people live in supported accommodation, including sheltered accommodation, refuges for women fleeing domestic violence, shelters and supported homes for those at risk of homelessness, and supported housing for vulnerable young people and adults with disabilities.  

You can read more about people who’ve been helped by supported housing here.

The funding system for supported housing is currently being reviewed by the government, after which a new funding mechanism will be set up. The National Housing Federation and Aspire Housing are campaigning to secure a government commitment that everyone can have a home that meets their unique needs. 

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