Max Rady College of Medicine
Term: Supportive Housing
Last Updated: 2016-06-01
Supportive housing is an intermediate care option between living in one's own home and moving into a Personal Care Home. Supportive housing tenants live in their own apartment but within a group community setting. Typically, tenants require help with meals, laundry, and light housekeeping, and also have 24-hour on-site personal support available to complete personal tasks like bathing, dressing and grooming. Supportive housing tenants may also require some (but not 24-hour) professional home care services as deemed eligible by the home care program. Tenants are approved by stakeholders to reside in these dwellings as part of the continuing care eligibility assessment process, meaning that supportive housing is a formal component of Manitoba’s continuum of older adult care.
For more information, see:
Manitoba Health. Supportive Housing Operational Guidelines. Manitoba Health. September, 2012.
Accessed January 5, 2015.
Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. Supporting Healthy Living for Older Adults. Winnipeg Health Region. 2014.
Accessed April 4, 2015.
- Winnipeg Regional Health Authority - Supportive Housing Web Site. Accessed April 5, 2016.
- Aging in Place
- Home Care
- Home Care Program
- Supportive Housing Data
- Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (WRHA)
- Doupe M, Finlayson G, Khan S, Yogendran M, Schultz J, McDougall C, Kulbaba C. Supportive Housing for Seniors: Reform Implications for Manitoba's Older Adult Continuum of Care. Winnipeg, MB: Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, 2016. [Report] [Summary] [Additional Materials] (View)
Term used in
- Chateau D, Doupe M, Walld R, Soodeen R, Ouelette C, Rajotte L. Projecting Personal Care Home Bed Equivalent Needs in Manitoba Through 2036. Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, 2012. [Report] [Summary] [Updates and Errata] (View)
- Doupe M, Fransoo R, Chateau D, Dik N, Burchill C, Soodeen R-A, Bozat-Emre S, Guenette W. Population Aging and the Continuum of Older Adult Care in Manitoba. Winnipeg, MB: Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, 2011. [Report] [Summary] (View)
- Fransoo R, Martens P, The Need to Know Team, Prior H, Burchill C, Koseva I, Rajotte L. Who is in our Hospitals.and why? Winnipeg, MB: Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, 2013. [Report] [Summary] [Additional Materials] (View)
- Roos NP, Stranc L, Peterson S, Mitchell L, Bogdanovic B, Shapiro E. A Look at Home Care in Manitoba. Winnipeg, MB: Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, 2001. [Report] [Summary] (View)
- Roos NP, Mitchell L, Peterson S, Shapiro E. Perspectives on Home Care Data Requirements. Winnipeg, MB: Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, 2001. [Report] (View)
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