What Works in Community Led Support?
Bown H, Carrier J, Hayden C National Development Team for Inclusion, Bath. 2017
|Project ID (Internal)||83|
|Full Reference (text)||Bown H, Carrier J, Hayden C, et al (2017) What works in Community Led Support? National Development Team for Inclusion. [The report can be accessed here]|
|Full Reference (URL)||https://www.ndti.org.uk/uploads/files/What_Works_in_Community_Led_Support_First_Evaluation_Report_Dec_17.pdf|
|Summary / Abstract|
This report has been written to share the findings, learning and examples of impact identified from working with 9 authorities across England, Wales and Scotland who are working differently to improve the lives and support of local people.
It is essentially an evaluation report on the authorities’ progress towards the outcomes and longer-term aims of community led support over the last 18 months, but we believe it is more than that.
We hope the learning shared here will help demonstrate what’s possible when applying core principles associated with asset based approaches at the same time as tackling hard systemic and cultural issues around speed of response, ease of access, changing the nature of ‘assessment’, reducing waiting times and lists, turning eligibility criteria on their heads and making the best use of local resources for people with a wide range of support needs.
|Publication Title||What Works in Community Led Support?|
|Author(s)||Bown H, Carrier J, Hayden C|
|Publication Details||National Development Team for Inclusion, Bath.|
|Publication Year / End of Project||2017|
|Last Accessed||03/01/2019 12:00 am|
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