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sheltered housing

a group of dwelling-houses which, having regard to their design, size and other features, are particularly suitable for occupation by elderly people (or by people who are disabled or infirm or in some other way vulnerable) and which, for the purposes of such occupation, are provided with facilities substantially different from those of ordinary dwelling-houses.
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Hutchinson was arrested a couple of days later and claimed she went to the sheltered accommodation to keep warm and drank alcohol in the stairwell.
It is a sad milestone for the borough as it is understood that former Bedworth council was the first in the country to provide sheltered accommodation with wardens.
Jeanette West, who managed the sheltered accommodation complex, said she had been really upset to learn about Mr Hudson's death.
In a sober moment, you need to explain to him that your mum needs to go into sheltered accommodation and that with three young children, you just can't have him live with you.
She said: "It looks as though my constituent qualifies for an exemption to the bedroom tax as he lives in sheltered accommodation and receives support as a result of his disability.
A total of 35 people from the three-storey sheltered accommodation complex were checked by paramedics following the fire.
The amateur ensemble was formed in 1952 was set up to perform at old people's clubs but as they have closed down, shows have moved to sheltered accommodation and retirement homes across the region.
It will be recording readings of eight stories from the anthology for a project for residential homes and sheltered accommodation schemes.
This is because I live in sheltered accommodation in a block of 25 flats and a guest room.
Jeremy May, Midlands Community Affairs leader at PwC, who presented a cheque for pounds 3,000 to Start Again, said: "We know that the funds we have raised are backing a particular ongoing project delivered by Start Again and relates to work undertaken at three of the Midland Heart sheltered accommodation facilities in the immediate area.
My widowed cousin Mary died last month, leaving her mentally handicapped son living in sheltered accommodation.
Esme was in council sheltered accommodation before going into the home so she didn't have a house.