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Care homes perform well amid challenge and disruption – but it’s too soon to predict the long-term impact of Covid-19
The thirty-first edition of LaingBuisson’s Care Homes for Older People UK market report (474pp) is indispensable reading for anyone involved in this dynamic and changing market.
This includes advisors, investors, commissioners and policymakers as well as service providers. Read together with Homecare and Supported Living UK market report and Retirement Housing UK market report, Care Homes for Older People completes the series to give anyone with an interest in the care and support of the over 65s a comprehensive market picture not found anywhere else.
Written by leading market commentator, William Laing, during the second half of 2020, the report includes fully updated data and market insights and charts the immediate impact that the Covid-19 pandemic had on care homes. The report also looks at how the experience of coronavirus may change the market in future.
The new report shows that the value of the UK market for care of older people in residential settings fell from £17.3 billion in March 2020 to £16.6 billion in September 2020. Through the first UK lockdown, occupancy fell by 8%, though LaingBuisson reports that no home closures were triggered by Covid-19. Clearly the pandemic has challenged the finances of care homes and it is too early to predict what may happen when government support schemes eventually stop.
Key demand drivers, such as an ageing population remain, and well-managed businesses and good development propositions continue to attract investment. The report also considers digitisation and the particular efficiencies that could be driven from improved connectivity between social care and health services.
Published: 19th January, 2021
£1,345.00 – £3,450.00
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