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Category Archives: Personalisation

Good Help

We were delighted to be able to contribute examples of ‘good help’ to the report published by NESTA this week: Good and bad help: How purpose and confidence transform lives This article in the Guardian explores further some of the …

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Beyond Direct Payments

A new publication by Dr Simon Duffy and Angela Catley from Community Catalysts was published today by Think Local Act Personal (TLAP). Personalisation was never meant to be about just spending a budget; instead it was supposed to focus on …

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New publication by Birmingham University

We were really pleased to contribute one of the chapters in a new publication Debates in Personalisation by Birmingham University and know it will stimulate lively debate.  

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Debates in Personalisation book is out now

Go to this link http://www.policypress.co.uk/display.asp?K=9781447313427& for a great new publication by Birmingham University. We were really pleased to contribute one of the chapters and know it will stimulate lively debate.

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Better Together – Devon’s peer support network for micro-providers

Written  by Tracy Turner  All of us at Community Catalysts believe that the availability of local micro care and support services are essential if people who need support are to have real choice. We know from our experiences that many micro-providers …

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