Our events and resources enrich skills while foregrounding the lived experience of care-experienced people.
Here2there.me: a person-centred planning and outcomes recording app
H2t.me is in its final phase of development involving pilots across a range of services in Wales and has won a National Welsh Government SBRI challenge called Better Lives Closer to Home. It has been piloted in learning disability, children’s services and work support. The App supports any individual receiving targeted support to take much… Read More
Motivational interviewing for working with children and families: a conversation
Motivational Interviewing (MI) is now widely used in services for children, playing a key part in innovations such as Family Drug and Alcohol Courts, the Family Safeguarding model and Intensive Family Support Teams. In this webinar, Steve Rollnick (co-creator of Motivational Interviewing) is in conversation with Donald Forrester, David Wilkins and Charlie Whittaker about their… Read More
Health inequalities and dementia care: what matters to people living with dementia and their families?
Little is known about the dementia experiences and additional challenges faced by communities with multiple identities linked to ethnic background, sexuality and disability. In this session you will be hearing about a project that aimed to address this significant gap in engaging and understanding the needs of diverse communities (Bengali, Greek, Somali, Welsh speaking, LGBT,… Read More
10, 000 voices: Looked after children and young people’s views on their well-being
The Bright Spots Programme began in 2013 with the aim of understanding children and young people’s experience of care. The Programme uses four online surveys of well-being to capture the views of looked after children (age 4-7 years and 8-10 years), young people (11-18 years), and care leavers (18-25 years). In this presentation survey data from 10,000… Read More