Connecting People: template business plan1 August 2012
Connecting People - a new personalisation service for local authority and personal budget holders to buy
Developing business skills for community connecting services in the third sector1 August 2012
This evaluation report summarises the progress of the project against its objectives, highlights those factors that helped and those factors that hindered the development of community connecting services at the participating sites, and makes recommendations about future business support for small third sector organisations providing community connecting services.
The accomplished community – accessible summary1 August 2012
An easy ready summary of the ‘Accomplished Community’ report.
Self-assessment template: building inclusive communities1 August 2012
This Self-assessment Template is from the toolkit included in Thinking About Inclusion.
Thinking about inclusion: building inclusive communities1 August 2012
This booklet is to help private, public and voluntary services to think about how to make their practice inclusive and welcoming to everyone.
The accomplished community: building inclusive communities1 August 2012
This booklet draws on work undertaken between 2009 and 2011 as part of the Building Inclusive Kent Communities Programme.
Loneliness & cruelty1 August 2012
People with learning disabilities and their experience of harassment, abuse and related-crime in the community.
Reaching Out: guidance for culturally competent practice1 July 2012
Guidance for practitioners from social care and health services in developing culturally competent practice
Reaching out - guidance for culturally competent planning1 July 2012
Guidance for families of people with learning disabilities and practitioners in developing culturally competent planning
Reaching out: to people with learning disabilities and their families from BME communities1 July 2012
The Reaching out to families project set out to find new ways of addressing the inequalities that people with learning disabilities from Black and Minority Ethnic Communities (BME) and their families experience in health and social care.