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Individual service funds

  • Alternatives to ATUs?

    Choice Support CEO Steven Rose explores success factors in helping people move from ATUs.
  • Being boss is best

    Employing staff can lead to increased independence for disabled people.
  • Better Lives

    The third of three independent reports evaluating our Southwark personalisation programme.
  • Better Lives report hails Choice Support/Southwark Council initiative

    An independent evaluation published today hails the success of a joint Choice Support/Southwark Adult Services initiative to personalise community-bas
  • Better Nights

    The second of three reports evaluating our Southwark personalisation programme.
  • Better nights, happy days

    Removing waking night staff from learning disability services in Southwark has improved outcomes.
  • Breaking the mould

    It's time to move away from competitive tendering.
  • Can assistive technology (AT) replace night wake staff?

    How assistive technology helps people become more independent.
  • Centre for Welfare Reform re-publishes Better Lives

    First published in 2014, Better Lives is the independent evaluation of Choice Support’s personalisation work in Southwark using ISFs.
  • Choice Support and Central Bedfordshire launch ISFs

    Choice Support and Central Bedfordshire launched an initiative to introduce Individual Service Funds (ISFs) in Bedfordshire with a conference in Dunst
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Supported Loving finalist for 3rd Sector Care Award

05.10.2017
Supported Loving is in the running for a Technology Award.
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How we survey people using our services

14.09.2017
Learning Disability Today publishes blog on how we write questionnaires to improve our services.
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Youngest finalist at Just Giving Fundraiser of the Year Awards

05.09.2017
Choice Support's fundraising inspired Levi who has raised more than £3,700 for other children.
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Raising the bar – PMLD conference

29.08.2017
Choice Support jointly organises conference for people with profound learning disabilities.
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Safe Touch – free guidelines

16.08.2017
Choice Support and Goldsmiths University research finds touch integral to good quality support.
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