As Social prescribing is beginning to get more and more air time in terms of meetings, events and publications here at MVDA we thought it might be of interest to share with you some of our early thinking that shaped the development of the South Tees Social Prescribing Business Case which we developed way back in 2014/15.
However, it is fair to say that this thinking is still the basis of social prescribing in general and we hope you find this information helpful and useful. The information includes:
Here are some tools you can use to measure the impact of your work on the wellbeing of the people involved with your organisation. Remember to take your baseline data before you begin work with the person.
These websites contain useful instruction on how to use ICECAP O and Warwick Edinburgh measures:
Download information sheets and good practice guides for voluntary and community organisations.
This leaflet gives an introduction to Middlesbrough Volunteer Services.