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
Resources: Research Publications
The Resources Library provides all kinds of interesting small articles, training and learning tools, research papers and ‘think-pieces’ plus other materials that are all free to use (for non-commercial purposes).
One of the most thorough research journeys taken into our future health and social care needs identified public engagement as one of the most dependent factors. This little 2 pager introduces Wanless’s three contrasting scenarios for “Securing Our Future Health” and gives some contextual examples of where we are now. Securing our Future Health…Engagement Comes First
This pack introduces theoretical under-pinning for the existence of the public sector. It introduces historical, economic, political-economic and organisational theories and explanatory ideas. It was compiled for management students but suitable for any intermediate level upwards. Public Sector Theory and History MBA reading group