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Learning from What Works in Ending Loneliness

Blog I’m delighted NDTi is the evaluation partner for the Campaign to End Loneliness over the next 4 years, with its focus on learning about what works in…

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Stepping into the Future: Older Peoples Day

Stepping into the Future: Older Peoples Day NDTi's Carol Cifford reflects on Tapping the Talents, Contributions and Participation of Older People in Society.

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At the heart of Action – 25 years of NDTi

At the heart of Action – 25 years of NDTi So NDTi is celebrating its 25th birthday, and, like an unexpected scent, this has jogged my memory. Where was I that summer, and what was going on in mental health…

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Making a film with the Misfits Theatre Company – some reflections

Making a film with the Misfits Theatre Company – some reflections I have recently had the pleasure of working with the Misfits Theatre Company to make a film for NHS England about what social care providers can do to improve the…

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How a chance comment during a park walk led to a fascinating journey…

How a chance comment during a park walk led to a fascinating journey… Case Study: As part of NDTi’s Time to Connect programme, Chris Moore from Fair shares talks about how Eileen has reconnected with her community.

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Better Health Better Lives: NHSE conference – 20th June 2017

Blog Some thoughts from the co-chairs, Shaun Picken and Sue Turner

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Think small, act small

Think small, act small NDTi’s Head of Development, Bill Love, reflects on what we can learn from smaller organisations that provide great support. 

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Personal health budgets for children and young people: lessons learnt

Blog To coincide with Learning Disability Week 2017and NHS England’s conference, Sue Turner sets out some of the learning from three sites who have been implementing Personal…

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Last week was Mental Health Awareness Week.

Last week was Mental Health Awareness Week. I asked my sister whether she felt she was surviving or thriving...

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Going well despite adversity…

Going well despite adversity… Carol Robinson says it’s important to acknowledge the good work achieved by teams who are persevering under pressure.

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