Learning is at the heart of the national Fulfilling Lives programme and one of our core aims is that evidence and learning from the programme will promote positive changes in policy and practice leading to a changed system that works more effectively for people with multiple and complex needs.
System Change is at the heart of the national Fulfilling Lives Programme drawing on learning and support from Lankelly Chase, New Philanthropic Capital, MEAM, CFE and each other: there are 12 Fulfilling Lives programmes across England supported by The Big Lottery Fund.
Fulfilling Lives Newcastle and Gateshead has a number of principles underpinning its own programme development and approach to systems change including:
Our Service Navigators support clients to navigate systems, working with our system brokers to evidence the real issues facing the client group. System Brokers identify where the current system may prevent individuals from transforming their lives and lead on individual areas of change.
The project has established Experts by Experience, Operational and Strategic reference groups. The purpose of these groups is to understand and change the way services respond, are commissioned and are delivered, based on evidence of the real issues.
Over the next 2 years our focus will be on these key areas below where we hope to bring about real system change for people experiencing multiple and complex needs and will use our Theory of Change framework to explore each area:
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