What’s it about?
A £100 million is being invested to improve the lives of people with multiple needs, by enabling better blended services. It aims to showcase and evidence more effective and efficient ways of organising and delivering services.
Evaluation and learning
Learning is a central element of the Fulfilling Lives Multiple Needs initiative.
There are useful downloadable tools and resources to help you get the most from your projects.
The projects are supporting people with multiple needs, such as homelessness, reoffending, problematic substance misuse and mental ill health.
Find out more details on the participating projects.
The BigLF have commissioned a team led by the University of Sheffield and CFE Research to evaluate their ‘Fulfilling Lives: Supporting people with multiple needs’ initiative and to provide a package of learning support.
Find out more.
The need for change: Reflections from the newest member of the national evaluation team
It’s now six months since I joined the Fulfilling Lives national evaluation team. My background is in community and criminal…
Inspiration and Ideas
Each partnership has valuable learning and best practice to share with the programme and beyond. Every year the national evaluation team selects two partnerships and conducts a case study based on a core theme for that particular partnership. These case studies offer inspiration and ideas to others on how to tackle some of the considerable issues that exist when working with individuals with multiple and complex needs.
Read more on how the projects are demonstrating significant impacts in achieving desired outcomes within specific localities and providing a powerful way of telling people’s stories and providing real insights into their experience.
This site has been developed by the evaluation partners (CFE Research and The University of Sheffield) to help aid learning and to enable the projects funded by the The Fulfilling Lives: Supporting people with multiple needs programme to exchange insights and experiences as the programme begins. It will also be a central resource for the dissemination of evaluation findings and evaluation related materials.