In our work with leaders and practitioners in children’s services, we’ve heard many examples of compassionate, thoughtful and participative digital practice that have emerged since the onset of the pandemic.
Nonetheless, most have told us they have a hunch their online engagement with children and families could still be better. We’d like to help.
Our Digital Practice Health Check is a two-stage process completed a two-weeks that provides children’s services departments with an independent review of the effectiveness of their digital engagements both internally and with children and families. At the end of the two weeks, you receive a report setting out what’s working well, areas for improvement and recommendations setting out how to put these recommendations into practice.
What you can expect to get from the process:
- More effective, productive and enjoyable internal communications with your teams and partners that consistently result in concrete actions and decisions. No more meetings that overrun and achieve nothing!
- Increased participation from children and families in online interventions enabling your team to provide the best help and support possible.
- A spotlight on innovative areas of practice that have already emerged in your service to help you share these with practitioners across your service area
We’ve helped councils all over the country to improve the quality of the support they provide for children and families. We’ve also designed and delivered countless participative, dynamic and impactful online events for local authorities, charities and international intergovernmental organisations (IGOs).
Our Digital Practice Health Check draws on our team’s combined experience and aims to help leaders and practitioners working in children and families to do consistently impactful work online. For more information check our brochure here.