Ratio has brought together the learning from the second year of the Collective.
We are bringing a small group of community organisations and council services together once a month to talk through how we can help families resolve difficult situations.
The African proverb reminds us that it takes a village to raise a child. When the community comes together around children, children are safe and well.
We want to demonstrate what can be achieved in Thames Ward, and offer learning to the rest of the Borough.
Health Connections Mendip is based on trust, kindness, creativity and connections.
Nuka system of care was developed by the Southcentral Foundation in Anchorage, Alaska to support the native community. It is essentially a way of thinking.
The following notes summarise the first meeting of Re-Imagining Adult Social Care Network.
The Collective isn’t an organisation.
The Collective is guided by a set of principles that emerged from the Civil Society Futures inquiry led by Julia Unwin.
There are two ‘re-imagining’ networks. One considers early help for families. Here are the notes from the first meeting.