Sheltered Accommodation

Published / Last Updated on 15/06/2015

Sheltered accommodation can vary widely, but it normally means living in accommodation with the security of knowing that help is close at end.

Sheltered accommodation is ideal for those who have lower dependency needs and wish to maintain some level of independence.

It can be anything from meals on wheels, shopping, cleaning, through to having some form of day care or help to get up in the morning or to go to bed at night.  


  • Normally Social Care
  • State sector availability - Normally, no
  • Private sector availability - Yes
  • Who pays? Self funded

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