Resources

PSW’s work is available publicly as a resource via the following links:

Carers Trust ADVANCE Programme

To view the full case study click here >>

 

What materials are available, and how might you use them?

Want a summary of the impact of the mentoring programme?

  • Deep Learning for Hard Times, a booklet summing up the impact of the mentoring programme.

 

  • Info cards to support implementing the learning in similar local charities:

Cards A-C focus on building sustainability, strengthening governance and developing partnership/collaboration – the three top issues tackled through the mentoring. 

Cards 1-5 focus on transferable skills and practical insights gained by participants in the programme.

 

Want to make a presentation or work with a group?

Interactive format

The two sets of info cards designed to support learning are available in an interactive format. Cards A-C interactive focus on building sustainability, strengthening governance and developing partnership/collaboration. Cards 1-5 interactive focus on transferable skills and practical insights gained by participants in the programme.

Printer-friendly format

The summary booklet, Deep Learning for Hard Times, is available in a printer-friendly format that will not tax your ink supply unduly. The two sets of cards (see above) are also available in printer-friendly format: Cards A-C print-friendly and Cards 1-5 print-friendly.

 

Want to know more about the impact study and see the evidence behind the summary?

  • See the final research report, Creating the infrastructure to produce sustainable carer support: evidence from the ADVANCE impact study.

WildlifeDirect, Kenya

To view the full case study click here >>

The event report can be accessed here >>

The event report can be accessed here >>

Lambeth Public Health

To view the full case study click here >>

The Lambeth After Tomorrow Scenarios report can be accessed here >>

Marie Curie Young People and Transition Programme

For information about the programme click here >>

How can helpful policy plus helpful professionals produce system failure? Exploring development interventions with active local professionals and active young people with life-limiting conditions article can be accessed here >>

The Making the Most of Life booklet can be accessed here >>

Illustrations used in this booklet and on our website by Kate Charlesworth www.katecharlesworth.com

Other reports

Surviving is One Thing, Living Quite Another: Support that makes life worth living for people affected by traumatic brain injury

By Marsaili Cameron, Roma Iskander and Shelia Marsh for The Ajahma Charitable Trust.

 

The report can be accessed here >>

What If... Four Scenarios: What might the future hold for healthcare and wellbeing?

Project co-led by Maria Duggan for NHS North West.

The report can be accessed here >>

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