Author: Clare Hyde
Clare Hyde, Director of the Foundation for Families, helps tell the inspiring stories of five freedom fighters - people who have escaped the world of institutions and are building a new life.
All of these people are now supported by Partners for Inclusion, an organisation that works on the West Coast of Scotland. Partners for Inclusion shows how it is possible to get beyond the labels that are given to people in institutions – challenging, vulnerable, self-harming. Instead they can focus on people's real qualities - being resourceful, determined or kind.
This an important resource for anyone involved in the battle to close institutions and put an end to the unnecessary segregation and exclusion of disabled people and others with complex needs.
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The publisher is Partners for Inclusion.
Freedom Fighters © Clare Hyde 2012.
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A report describing how to provide support to people with the most complex needs or challenging behaviour drawing on the work of Partners for Inclusion.
Simon Duffy and Clare Hyde explain how WomenCentre achieves its astonishing outcomes and explore the difficulties faced by innovative organisations in the welfare system.
Clare Hyde wonders whether the government's thinking about focusing on 'problem' families is informed by an understanding of the reality of domestic violence.
Services for women and families are incredibly complex and grow in complexity the more people need something consistent and reliable.
WomenCentre has worked out how to integrate personalisation and collective action in a sophisticated and dynamic model of support.