Nominations Agreement Supported Living

The use of supported living supports the implementation of Adult Social Care`s enhanced approach to helping people in need of care and support and enables people with autism and learning disabilities to live more independently, exercise more choice and control over their lives and, ultimately, improve health and well-being outcomes. 1. Do not enter into the nullity and appointment agreement – This option is not recommended because: the appointment agreement will therefore include a „Boiler Plate“ clause that would trigger a discussion in the event of a proposed change in law or policy that could affect a resident`s ability to pay rent and service fees. · At present, this option does not help the Full Commission Unit (CIP) to achieve its objectives in the vicinity of accommodation destinations within a reasonable period of time and, in particular, to meet the immediate needs of this group of tenants. · It does not offer the opportunity to help individuals live more independently, to return to the city from care homes 3. Put people with a learning disability/autism on the housing register to access a single property for general needs. This option is not recommended because: · this would result in inefficiencies in the provision of care and assistance to such persons. · It does not provide tenants with intensive support from the Régie du logement, which offers increased assistance in maintaining their lease · The Board will not have appointment rights, which means that it will be possible to make future investments that do not align with our strategic approach or the needs of current tenants · Housing needs cannot be covered within the current waiting period 3. These improved outcomes, combined with the ability to manage support needs more flexibly, result in care and support that is less costly for adult, housing and community budgets.

(ii) be aware of the potential risk of nullity and the related financial liabilities, but which are not expected to be greater than the current position.. . . .