Over recent years I have conducted many process, outcome, formative and summative evaluations. All focused on improving service delivery as well as measuring outcomes. These include:
Contact’s specialist welfare rights advice service, funded by Big Lottery. This expert service provides detailed advice for families with disabled children, which is otherwise very hard to find. My evaluation looked at outcomes for families as well as views on Contact’s processes . Read the short executive summary or my full report.
Lambeth Early Action Partnership (LEAP), a multi-agency, multi-faceted, early intervention programme aiming to improve the outcomes for the poorest children in Lambeth, for example through diet and exercise advice for pregannt mothers; mental health support, training local parents and bulding local community capacity.
An online mental health tool, to support therapeutic interventions. This was being trialled with children and young people.
Our Rights Our Voice, a Department of Health funded project to improve awareness of disabled children’s and young people’s rights when using NHS services
The participation of disabled young people in the VIPER project
A MIND project, which trained young people to provide peer-to-peer support to children adn young people around mental health
A london based NHS project working to tackle childhood obesity
An NHS project to promote breast feeding
Local pilot sits for an innovative, community-based, eye healthcare treatment approach, for the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the RNIB
REAL, a pioneering programme to enhance early literacy
A local history, intergenerational, project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, focusing on markets in East London
Prince’s Trust projects aimed to increase the engagement of young Muslims