Resources: Including children, BHIP Impact Evaluation report

Jim Simpson

Jim Simpson

Jim is a consultant, researcher, coach and developer.

Here’s a rather interesting and lovely evaluation report describing what play and care means for parents – particularly those who have disabled children and children with an ASD.

Brighton and Hove Inclusion Project Impact Evaluation Report

BHIP has helped 150 plus families a year with after school care, play and inclusion proper.   Here is their story. It has some amazing stories from researching  parents and has a nice chapter on ‘Play Styles’ for the more generic interest.   Note Jim Simpson’s Evaluation Matters! ‘a guide briefing for everybody’ elsewhere on this site.

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