Measuring and monitoring quality in housing services for people with learning disabilities
The National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi) has been working on an exploratory research project that aims to present evidence to support more informed decision-making by commissioners about the provision of housing services for people with learning disabilities.
This project is crowd funded and we have already undertaken varied pieces of work and published our initial findings, which you can find here.
We have also undertaken a review of guidance, resources and tools for measuring and monitoring the quality of housing services for people with learning disabilities and we are currently working to develop a way to usefully bring these together to share freely with others, in an accessible manner.
The NDTi would now like to find out more about current practices of Commissioners and Service Providers around measuring and monitoring the quality of housing services for people with learning disabilities and what tools would be useful for this.
So, we have developed two short online surveys. They shouldn't take more than 15 minutes to complete.
Hearing directly from Commissioners and Service Providers about their views and experiences will really help us with our research. These perspectives will also contribute to a larger housing research project which NDTi is working on in partnership with the University of Lancaster and that has been funded by the National Institute for Health Research. Further information about this project can be found here.