Doing a Social Good We genuinely want to help others Amazing outcomes for people Gain great satisfaction Navigation was born from this space Is the central core mechanism
What is it Without realising it Register of practitioners and clinicians Able to resolve those issues immediately 1 to 2 degrees of separation Of the community and not of the service Greater degree of trust
What is it continued By Contracting instead of employing Cross sectorial management can occur more effectively Users have higher trust of the role Navigator is free to act without conflict Isnt hindered by organisational boundaries
Why Navigation Early support Pilot Lack of resilience Fragmented services A Stakeholder group Cohesive support Strengthening resilience Building capacity
Case studies Released publicly for the first time Qualitative and quantitative evidence Assumptions that Navigator is effective Families, individuals, providers and agencies Extrapolated from plans, reports, national moh reporting systems
Savings Looked for savings Ranged from $1100 to $4300 per client Savings per annum $1800 to $8000 Cost $15000 saved $58000 No Longer requiring Specialist Behaviour support Total Over all savings $ % return on investment 108 navigated over past 8 years
Ends 2006 Imprinted the model onto software Intensions are to manage the use of the model It'll work anywhere Been protective Presenting Internationally About to pilot in another region.