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CB-NSG March 2020: Good Outcome-Good Life

 

 

Meeting Outcomes

The CB-NSG meeting on 6th March 2020 is titled 'Good Outcome-Good Life'. The planned outcomes for the meeting are:

  • To understand what good outcomes are for children, young people and adults with learning disabilities and/or autism and the need to focus on these

 

  • To consider how to deliver good outcomes for children, young people and adults with learning disabilities and/or autism and their families

 

  • To consider ways of measuring outcomes and how the education, health and care systems can promote this approach

 

  • To consider the impact of outcomes for children, young people and adults with learning disabilities and how this can be used to maintain and develop good support

 

  • To share best practice around achieving good outcomes and develop ways to replicate it

 

  • To identify and co-ordinate individual, organisational and collective actions to prioritise, measure and develop the delivery of good outcomes for children, young people and adults with learning disabilities and their families.  

 

Posters

Core and Associate members are invited to present via a poster any work they have been involved in that encompasses the theme of the CB-NSG meeting. Below you will find links to posters displayed at the 'Good Outcome-Good Life' CB-NSG:

The Tizard Centre, Aneurin Bevan NHS Trust, Worcestershire Health and Care Trust, Lancaster and Sydney Universities and CORC (Children’s Outcomes Research Collaborative) : Special Measures- Equality and diversity feedback on outcomes measures

The Tizard Centre: Caregivers as researchers- An evaluation of Early Positive Approaches to Support (E-PAtS) in partnership with family-carer co-researchers

Southwark Enhanced Intervention Service: “EIS gave us the wake-up call”: Southwark Enhanced Intervention Service (EIS) 2009-2020 Outcomes

Advocacy 2 Engagement: Personal Space Mat© – be safe in your own personal space

Cumbria, Northumbria and Tyne and Wear NHS Trust: A New Model of Care- Evaluating the impact of an Intensive Positive Behavioural Support Team for young people and their families

Future Updates

Keep checking back on this page for updates about the CB-NSG Good Outcome- Good Life.A write-up of the meeting on the 6th March including presentations, workshop outcomes, and actions will soon be available on this page. Keep an eye out for more information and if you are interested in learning more about the work of the CB-NSG, you can sign up to the Challenging Bahaviour Charter to become an Associate Member and receive regular updates by email.

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