Second in a series of five case studies which explore key strands of the Arts and Social Change programme within Citizen Power Peterborough. It focuses on 'creative gatherings' as a way to connect people and communities.
Account of the way the Getting it right for every child approach is making a difference at Waid Academy in Anstruther.
Paper that forms part of a set of five case studies on the Arts and Social Change programme within Citizen Power Peterborough, a two and a half year partnership between Peterborough City Council, Arts Council England, East, the RSA and the citizens of Peterborough.
The inequality between disabled people’s employment rates and those of the general population is stark. Despite improved legislation and various employability initiatives to tackle the disparity, little progress has been made in increasing the level and quality of disabled people’s labour market participation.
The stories provide a picture of the outcomes that supported employment can achieve, both for the clients of supported employment services, and for employers.
Scottish Government case studies on various children's experiences of the Getting it right for every child approach.
We hear from Carr Gomm's Business Development Manager, Andrew Thomson, about the organisations approach to recording and measuring personal outcomes, the development of their conversation-based outcomes tool and how reporting works in practice for a number of audiences.
Two versions of the video are available: one short introductory summary of the interview, and another, longer and more in-depth version with details of the outcomes tool.
Paper that documents a series of strengths-based approaches to social care.
Report that highlights how good housing and related services can impact positively on the lives of people with dementia, from delaying more intensive forms of care to preventing admission and readmission to hospital. Case studies from housing associations and home improvement agencies show how appropriate housing can:
- reduce or delay demand for health and social care services for people with dementia
- improve the rate of diagnosis of dementia
- deliver improved health and social care outcomes at a lower cost
This pilot project was set up by Falkirk Council to determine whether the use of vouchers for short breaks could help to address the low uptake of short breaks among people with severe and enduring mental illness and their carers, and also to provide an alternative to Direct Payments. The project was developed in response to:
In this series of videos we hear about Penumbra's Individual Recovery Outcomes Counter from three different people:
- Jane Cumming, Development Manager, who describes the background, development, and implementation of I.ROC
- Sara Zielinska, Support Manager, who works with the tool daily
- Moira Hunter, volunteer and receiver of support, who has personal experience of using the tool.