Supporting community participation and social inclusion is a key goal of modernised day services but there is a lack of instruments to measure these outcomes. This paper discusses issues around the measurement of social inclusion, presents a pilot study and introduces the Inclusion Web, a strategy to record changes in social networks and environment while supporting the concept of a shared perspective of social inclusion. Two aspects of social and community participation are quantified and tallied over eight life domains: people (personal relationships) and places (institutions that matter to the individual).
Hacking, S. and Bates, P. (2008), "The Inclusion Web: A Tool for Person‐centered Planning and Service Evaluation", Mental Health Review Journal, Vol. 13 No. 2, pp. 4-15. https://doi.org/10.1108/13619322200800009Download as .RIS
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