As the impact of the economic downturn and the dwindling public finances from the credit crunch hit public services in the UK, there is a growing pressure that all of us will experience a reduction of funding over the coming years and possibly longer.
There are two options. We can either wait for central, regional or local government to come up with solutions and be passive recipients of this or we can be proactive and take this opportunity to make a concerted push around developing alternatives to just paid support, promote better outcomes for people and be in control of our own destiny as funding reduces.
Over the years we have provided support to people in a way that has been a barrier to fully contributing to their community. In the current climate, here are a number of questions to consider:
Who is it for?
Providers, commissioners and all people trying to create indiviually designed services in the current financial context. The workshops are at their most productive when there is a cross section from any organisation, support workers alongside their leaders and senior managers. This, together with the commissioning team, creates a real sense of partnerships working.
How much does this course cost:
UK costs £700 excluding VAT, materials and expenses. Please contact email@example.com
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