• To develop a framework for assessing the resources available for providing long-term care, through the application of SROI principles.
  • To identify and define the specific “social investment” criteria that may be used to successfully support long-term care policies in the EU
  • To examine the wider consequences of reorienting provision towards the informal sector, including the gender implications, the household income implications and the pension implications of those who care rather than work.


Social Investmet Criteria in the field of Long-Term Care (draft)

SROI Framework Application Guide to Long-Term Care (draft)

Success Factors for Investing in Long-Term Care (draft)

Formal vs. Informal Long-Term Care: Economic and Social Impacts (draft)