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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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Advocacy in Wales

NDTi News Those of you involved in advocacy provision in Wales may know that the Welsh Government has established a Technical Group to advise on: Updating Part 10 of the Code of Practice…

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Advocacy QPM Update

Advocacy QPM Update We’re really excited to share the news that NDTi will be updating the Advocacy Quality Performance Mark (QPM). 

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NDTi is proud to announce funding for coproduced and resilience-building work around mental health: Strengthening the Circle

NDTi News Localis recently identified six key reasons why the mental health system is failing young people. Number three on the list is that: "Non-specialist mental health workforce aren’t supporting…

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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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What Matters-Scottish Borders community hub initiative is launched

What Matters-Scottish Borders community hub initiative is launched Our Community Led Support work in Scotland continues to gather pace as members of the NDTi team attended the launch of the What Matters–Scottish Borders community hub initiative…

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New ‘Carers Journey Quality Framework’, with thanks to the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, is set to improve outcomes and rights for carers.

New ‘Carers Journey Quality Framework’, set to improve outcomes and rights for carers. Building on the work NDTi have previously done around exploring what works in supporting carers through the Care Act, this newly funded work will look to co-produce alongside carers, a…

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