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Innovations in community-centred support

Author(s)

THINK LOCAL ACT PERSONAL

Publisher(s):

Think Local Act Personal

Publication year:

2019

An online directory which provides examples of innovative and community-centred models of support that improve people's wellbeing. The directory will help commissioners and providers to find out about community-centred approaches that are having a positive impact on people's lives. It covers examples in the following areas: helping people stay well and connected with others; supporting people to contribute; supporting people to live well at home; new models of care and support with accommodation; and regaining independence. The examples are all person-centred, work with people’s strengths; and are about supporting people to have a life and not a service. (Edited publisher abstract)


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