Webinar: What opportunities does the separation of care and housing provide?
February 8, 2013 | 1 min read
Care and real estate: two markets full of challenges. Schemes such as the Exceptional Medical Expenses Act (AWBZ) and Social Support Act (WMO) are becoming unaffordable within the care sector due to the ageing population. A fundamental shift also appears to be on the horizon within the real estate sector. However, the separation of accommodation and care also yields new opportunities, both for care and real estate. But what exactly are these opportunities? How can they be seized? To whom do they appeal?
Image: © Nationale Beeldbank
Dirk Brounen (TIAS School for Business and Society) discusses these questions with Brenda Meusen (AAG) and Joop Kluft (PwC).
Bouwen voor de zorg, EIB (2012) - in Dutch
De langdurige zorg vergeleken in Nederland en Duitsland, Gradus en Van Asselt 2011 - in Dutch
Scheiden Wonen en Zorg doe je zo, Brenda Meusen - in Dutch
Aedes-Actiz Kenniscentrum Wonen-Zorg (knowledge centre for housing and care)