Leading

Understanding and measuring outcomes

The role of qualitative data

Understanding and measuring outcomes
This guide has been developed to support the collection and use of personal outcomes data. Personal outcomes data refers to information gathered from people supported by health and social services and their unpaid carers about what's important to them in their lives and the ways in which they would like to be supported.

Leading for outcomes: Children and young people

An outcomes-focused approach with children and young people

Leading for outcomes: Children and young people
A practical tool for leaders to use with staff to promote understanding of an outcomes-focused approach with children and young people.

Leading for outcomes: Dementia

Exploring an outcomes-focused approach within the context of dementia

Leading for outcomes: Dementia

Leading for outcomes: dementia can be used in conjunction with Leading for outcomes: a guide. This guide seeks to explore how staff can be supported to effectively practice an outcomes-focused approach within the context of dementia. It provides information about dementia including key policies and legislation as well as signposts to other relevant resources.

Leading for outcomes: a guide

Outcomes-focused practice

Leading for outcomes: a guide

Leading for outcomes: a guide provides support and training materials for leading social services staff and those in related disciplines to practice in an outcomes-focused way. The guide is aimed at team leaders, managers and those in training roles. It is primarily addressed at those working in adult social care.

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