The NDTi have been granted funding from the National Institute for Health Research’s School of Social Care Research (SSCR) to gather and review the evidence available on the…View more
Following on from the NDTi report Widening choices for older people with high support needs (2013), NDTi are working with Community Catalysts to hold community conversations to look at…View more
NDTi together with Community Catalysts is sharing and disseminating lessons from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation funded research ‘Widening choices for older people with high support needs’.View more
Following eight years’ of operation, Dorset Partnership for Older People Projects (POPP) commissioned NDTi to carry out some research to consider the economic value of their community led preventative…View more
NDTi have been commissioned by Independent Age to conduct a review of literature into older people accessing services offering emotional, social or practical support to cope with health conditions and…View more
Co-production is a key concept in the development of public services. It has the potential to make an important contribution to all of the big challenges that face social care…View more
A Programme for ‘non specialist’ staff to develop skills and knowledge on how to improve the emotional resilience and mental wellbeing of children and young peopleView more
NDTi has completed the most comprehensive research ever into the cost effectiveness of local authority and NHS commissioned employment supports for people with learning disabilities and people with mental health…View more
Commissioning employment: A brief review tool for commissioners.View more
An NDTi study into employment supports identified that there was limited evidence of people using their social care Personal Budget (PB) to support them to gain or retain paid work …View more
The Health Equalities Framework (HEF), an outcomes framework based on the determinants of health inequalities, provides a way for all specialist learning disability services to agree and measure outcomes with…View more
Following the publication of our Reasonably Adjusted? report in 2012 sharing the adjustments being put in place within mental health services for people with learning disabilities and autism, the NDTi …View more
How can local authority commissioners work with the care home sector to ensure older people consistently receive high-quality, relationship-centred care?View more
The National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi) and Community Catalysts share a concern that older people (including those with high support needs) are too often seen as a burden and…View more
As part of Yorkshire and Humberside’s programme to deliver best practice and outcomes on employment for people with mental health problems and learning disabilities, the NDTi has been…View more
Skills for Care initiated a Neighbourhood Workforce Planning & Community Skills Development programme, and NDTi were working with 3 early adopter sites in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, to help capture…View more
Working with the Office for Disability Issues on a regional initiative focused on independent living with and for older people who have high support needs.View more
A partnership between Inclusion North, Dimensions, H.S.A. and the NDTi recently held a very inspiring and challenging conference to consider how we take forward the achievements of the…View more
Is your investment in employment delivering the right results – real jobs and self employment, ongoing work maintance and opportunities to progress in, change and benefit from work? Are your…View more
North West and West Midlands regions:
London and South East regions:
For more information contact:
Development Lead - Learning Disabilities
Programme Lead - Ageing & Older People
The SERI report (written by NDTi) has been published on the ODI website.
For more information about the programme or if you would like to know more about other NDTi employment support programmes please contact Bill Love.
To find out more information about this project – Visit the Improving Health and Lives (IHaL) website
Feedback from previous attendees:
"Really made a complex area clear"
"Gave clear legal background and opportunity to explore relevant examples"
"I now understand how to challenge ideas and assumptions of capacity"
"I feel more able to support my team when any issues or challenges arise"
Applicants will be asked to confirm that they are able to attend all four modules:
The dates are:
Events to share early learning from the three CLS sites in Scotland have been a huge success, generating lots of vibrant conversation and new ideas.
Slides from those who presented to the event can be downloaded from the links above