Checking the results of personal budgets
Join us for a free webinar on 19 January 2012 at
10am to 10.30am
Presented by John Waters, research and evaluation lead at In
Space for this online event is limited and is available on a
first-come-first served basis.
Reserve your seat now by clicking here.
Local authorities and providers need to demonstrate the
difference that personal budgets are making to people's lives and
to put in place independent processes to check that outcomes are
Outcomes Evaluation Tool), developed by In Control and Lancaster
University is the most developed and actively used tool for
checking the success of personal budgets. Its aim is to provide a
national benchmark on the impact that personal budgets are having
on people's lives.
Using POET we published the first ever National Personal
Budget survey, commissioned by Think Local, Act Personal. This
free webinar session will focus on the results of the National
Personal Budget Survey and what this means for your organisation.
It will also demonstrate how POET can enable organisations to
review their delivery of self-directed support; identify good
practice and areas for learning; inform strategic planning and
increase local accountability.
It will be a short, focused presentation with the opportunity to
ask questions afterwards.
Who should attend?
This webinar is relevant for anyone interested in demonstrating
the difference that personal budgets are making to people's lives
and checking the impact of service provision and whether outcomes
are being met.
Can't attend but want to find out more?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or click here to find out more
A confirmation email with joining instructions will be sent once
All you need is a PC with internet access and either speakers and
a microphone, or a phone (there is the facility to connect to audio
either through your computer (voip) or via your phone.
Required: Windows 7, Vista, XP or 2003 server
Required: Mac OS x 10.5 or newer
Further information on taking part in our webinars can be found here.
Dates for other forthcoming webinars can be found here.