Reviewing

Leading strategic reviews of services

Our associate team includes individuals who have led large scale reviews and redesigns of learning disability and other services. We have the skills to support or lead strategic reviews where impartiality is required. We are committed to, and experienced in involving learning disabled people, their families and other stakeholders in reviewing and co-designing services. Our aim is to achieve good outcomes, deliver value for money and reduce the risk of legal and other challenges.

 

Developing contract monitoring approaches including support with Winterbourne Out-Of-Area reviews.

Our associates have a range of professional qualifications and the experience of leading individual person-centred reviews and the development of clear action plans which would be useful for those who need an independent review of an out-of-area placement. We have a great deal of expertise in involving families and people with learning disabilities in contract monitoring, e.g. the Welcome Values quality checking tools.

 

Commercial reviews of high cost placements

Pauline Doyle has been involved in supporting the reviews of many individuals, including the development of action plans for improving outcomes and joint health and social care plans.

 

Co-producing outcome-based performance management frameworks for on-going contract monitoring

We have associates who have experience of successfully co-producing performance management frameworks for use in contract monitoring, including integrating quality and safeguarding standards.

 

Facilitating outcome-led peer quality reviews of organisations and services including delivering the innovative Welcome Values programme

We have a great deal of expertise in involving families and people with learning disabilities in contract monitoring, e.g. the Welcome Values quality checking tools.

 

Project evaluation

Our associate Laurence Clark led a project evaluation for Progress Recruitment around an initiative to encourage more public authorities to employ people with learning disabilities