Shared Care Network

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In response to the end of Aiming High for Disabled Children in March 2011, Shared Care Network is redefining it’s strategy to reflect the changing needs of the short-break sector. We are looking for core funding support to help us through this development time.

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It ran from 10:00 AM, 6 December 2010 to 10:00 AM, 4 January 2011

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Situation

The changes which Aiming High for Disabled Children has produced has radically increased the quantity of short-breaks available but quality has been secondary to this development. It has left clear gaps in the provision of quality training and policy advice to new short-break providers. These new providers are, in the main, outside of the established home based short-break model we have previously focused on.

Solution

We will develop our organisation with a new focus on Innovation and lobbying to bring new vigour to the short-break sector. Our project will: Develop Shared Care Network as the organisation which defines and provides structure to the ‘new’ short-break sector. Position Shared Care Network as the organisation fit to lead and influence the sector. Shared Care Network will be a sustainable organisation with varied income streams including self generating income via training and consultancy