Our Theory of Change is more than a delivery model. It cuts across everything we do.
We take an evidence-based approach to support delivery. We subscribe to the guiding principles of the Recovery Model, Psychologically Informed Environments (PIE), Trauma-Informed (TI) approaches, and the 5 Ways to Wellbeing as our framework for delivering care and support. Our bespoke Theory of Change has been developed with residents and participants as experts; this and the approaches above have been embedded across organisational training, policy, practice and processes.
We support people to achieve their recovery with person-centred service models that are asset-based, recovery-focused, and build resilience, setting SMART goals together, and closely monitoring and celebrating progress. We record and monitor progress towards expressed goals using In-Form or Commissioner’s preferred Client Management System for user documentation, plans and performance monitoring.
Reframing identity and mindset based on strengths and aspirations, not stigmatising labels.
Developing skills to build, maintain and trust positive, healthy relationships.
Empowering through a stake in society, and a sense of purpose and belonging.
People have the skills and confidence for a happier, healthier future, with greater choice and independence.