Most care/support services, local authorities, health bodies and community agencies aim to promote meaningful community inclusion by all people. However, for many disabled and older people and their families this remains a distant aspiration. Statements of intent, one-off training days and stories provide inspiration and challenge, but too often little real change occurs in the way that staff work – and as a result in the lives of people they support.
The Community Inclusion Mentors programme involves working with organisations to identify, develop and support a team of Community Inclusion Mentors. This team will involve people in a range of roles, who have the potential to support people to really become more included in their communities, and inspire others in the organisation to work in more ‘community inclusive’ ways.
Our programme draws together over 10 years of NDTi experience in community inclusion, staff training and support, and achieving system change. The programme aims to roll out, embed and support within social care providers and community agencies best practice in delivering community inclusion outcomes.
The programme will be of interest to:
The development training includes:
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