In partnership with the Local Area Coordination Network and Inclusive Neighbourhoods, Leeds Beckett University have produced a proposed theory for change around the sustainable strategies for Local Area Coordination programmes.
The briefing is relevant to areas interested in and seeking to adopt/develop the Local Area Coordination approach. The theory for change is underpinned by the Local Area Coordination principles and has been shaped by key insights from senior leaders who have implementation Local Area Coordination. Read the full report here
As demand for services rises, resources continue to diminish and services become ever more complicated, disconnected and increasingly difficult to access, navigate, choose and control, the importance of Local Area Coordination and associated strength based approaches in nurturing greater choice, control, natural, sustainable supports within local communities grows.