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Measuring person-centred care: a simple co-produced tool

PUTTING PEOPLE AT THE HEART OF COMMUNITY CARE The PERCCI (pronounced ‘Percy’) allows care providers and the people they support to understand the quality of care and how it is being experienced.  It is based on rigorous University research and evidence, and evaluates three established principles of person-centred care: understanding the person involving people in decisions about their care building positive care relationships The tool asks 12 simple questions – designed in full partnership with people with experience of using care services.  […]

The Place Standard: how good is our place?

The Place Standard is a free tool (originally developed in Scotland) which offers a way of helping to get conversations going about any place (it could be your street or neighbourhood), by using some simple questions. It allows you to think about physical elements like buildings and transport links, as well as social aspects like whether people feel they have a say in decision making. The Place Standard is a tool that brings citizens together […]

Planning tool for building community connections

Are we there yet? A planning tool and checklist for building community connections This checklist and planning tool aims to help local organisations and people make sure that, in tough times, the real wealth of local communities is released and sustained. Clive Miller, Associate Office for Public Management (OPM), and others have developed this checklist and planning tool to help organisations and their partners assess their capacity-building activities and develop a plan for building social […]