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Community Inclusion

Increasingly social, health and educational agencies see building and supporting community inclusion as a core aim in delivering better lives and making the best use of available financial and staffing resources.

For the last ten years the NDTi has been working alongside and learning with statutory, voluntary and private agencies who are seeking to achieve community inclusion. For us, the most crucial outcome of this work has been that while training programmes and the efforts of individuals can make a difference, real change comes when organisations understand their role in community inclusion, what it is they are seeking to achieve and how their investment in staff recruitment, training and activity delivers or hinders this.
Our new programme of community inclusion - organisational and system change draws together our established evaluation and development work for organisations and our tools and training in community inclusion and staff development.


Each programme is tailored to your organisations goals, current activity and change timetable but could include:

  • Audit of current activity and outcomes
  • Developing a shared vision for community inclusion
  • Developing a shared understanding of the successful tool and methodologies for community inclusion
  • Staff development and training
  • Community mapping – including identifying partners
  • Building individual community visions and support plans

The programme is open to organisations large or small from the statutory, voluntary and private sectors. This includes housing and care/support providers and day services. Our work draws on our experience with and is useful to older people, people with learning disabilities, people with mental health problems and children & young people.
The programme costs from £7000 (plus VAT) depending on the size of your organisation and the scope of the work.

For more information please contact Bill Love.

Contact

For more information contact Bill Love by:

Email: Bill Love
Tel: 01225 789135

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