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1 Peter Bates pbates@ndt.org.uk Tel 0115 910 9387 National Development Team Working with people with learning disabilities and people who use mental health services Slide 001

2 Employment Education Arts & Culture Faith & meaning Family & Neighbourhood Services Volunteering Physical activity The Inclusion Web Slide 555 People Places Scores Places total People total Spread

3 Employment – the office and 3 work friends Education – meet 2 old schoolfriends sometimes Arts & Culture – cinema on his own Friends at church Family & Neighbourhood – pub with partner & son Services – GP Surgery No voluntary work No physical activity Steve has a variety of important places and lots of significant people in his life Slide 152

4 Employment Education Arts & Culture Faith communities Family & Neighbourhood Services Volunteering Physical activity Sue attends the day centre and the clinic. She has five friends she sees at outpatients or the day centre. Slide 262

5 Education Arts & Culture Faith communities Family & Neighbourhood Services Volunteering The gym Sam has recently moved to a new town to work for the service. Slide 640 Employment – the day centre and 2 work friends

6 Time One ClientEmpEducVol No.PlacesPeoplePlacesPeoplePlacesPeople 01000013 Results in words for the 2 tailed Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test PlacesThe test wasSignificant at 5% level PeopleThe test wasSignificant at 1% level ClockspreadThe test wasSignificant at 1% level Data for time one is filled into a spreadsheet that starts like this…. Time Two ClientEmpEducVol No.PlacesPeoplePlacesPeoplePlacesPeople 01001413 Time two goes in the same way… The results come up automatically… (and help is available!) Slide 602

7 Features of the Inclusion Web User-led. Each person uses their personal definition of the significant people and places in their life. Works with complexity rather than standardisation. Rich picture. Qualitative, quantitative and graphic aspects combine and can be read at a glance. Promotes individual planning. Encourages the person to make their own plans and review changes. Performance monitoring. Allows aggregation for monitoring of changes in a population over time. Wide interest – Network covers Lancashire, Oxford, London, Bristol, Worcestershire, Liverpool etc. Slide 554

8 Evidence from the Inclusion Web Dataset of 19 from Oxford and 149 from Liverpool Highly significant (p<0.001) increases in people and places on both sites between time 1 and time 2. oPeople and places scores associated (p<0.01) oClock spread (people and places combined) best measure to use Service users included 68% more places in Liverpool and 84% more places in Oxford Service users included 66% more people in Liverpool and 68% more people in Oxford Overall, clock spread improved for 58% in Liverpool and 79% in Oxford Slide 617

9 Inclusion Web resources from pbates@ndt.org.uk Leaflet for service users. This handout explains what the Inclusion Web is all about. Consent form so service users can give informed consent. Users manual. A step by step guide to using the Inclusion Web and interpreting the findings. Data form. A spreadsheet for collecting data. Analysis spreadsheet for running the statistics. User club with150 members. Publications – journal articles and other published material report on findings. Slide 739

10 This material is the result of creative skill and significant labour and investment by the NDT and so it is covered by intellectual copyright. As the creator of these slides, this means that we have the right to: Control their distribution. Be identified as their creator Object to their distortion or mutilation. Gain economic rewards for our efforts These economic rewards will enable future creativity and the development of new material which will benefit us all. As a not-for-profit development organisation, the NDT is keen to promote the free spread and distribution of ideas, but must generate income to survive and this cannot happen if others exploit these materials without permission. If you wish to make more than personal use of these materials, you will need permission from the NDT. Slide 560 Using our stuff


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