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Diy Social Impact Reporting Notes and Discussions


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Diy Social Impact Reporting Notes and Discussions

  1. 1. DIY Social Impact Reporting Notes and Workshop Discussions<br />Why Do Social Impact Reporting?<br /><ul><li>Proof
  2. 2. To inform others on what you do
  3. 3. Attract Funding
  4. 4. Something to easily point to
  5. 5. Community benefit clause
  6. 6. To show what you do in a practical way
  7. 7. Reminding yourselves why you do what you do
  8. 8. To Identify gaps in your service
  9. 9. Improve services
  10. 10. Review time and resources cost
  11. 11. Use as a tool for funding - big corps will be good at it
  12. 12. Feedback from other stakeholders
  13. 13. Proof of savings - to Local Authorities for example
  14. 14. Social enterprise opportunistic
  15. 15. To find clearer Output and outcomes</li></ul>Kirkgate Centre luncheon club - Example Report Process<br />First we discussed the desired outcomes that the club would have. <br />Desired Outcomes<br /><ul><li>Reduce Social Isolation
  16. 16. Mobility
  17. 17. Improved metal health / depression mental agility
  18. 18. Improved confidence
  19. 19. Access to other services
  20. 20. Signposting to other services
  21. 21. Reduced stress on carers
  22. 22. Savings on other services
  23. 23. Increased independence</li></ul>Then we chose 2 examples of the desired outcomes, reduced social isolation & improved knowledge of nutrition and discussed ways to find out information that would help us to report on them.<br /><ul><li>Reduce Social Isolation indicators
  24. 24. What’s the main reason for coming?
  25. 25. How often do you get out of the house?
  26. 26. Have you made / come with friends?
  27. 27. A feedback box
  28. 28. Do you keep in touch outside of the lunch clubs?
  29. 29. Are users happy with the service?
  30. 30. Improved knowledge of nutrition indicators
  31. 31. Who cooks your food for the rest of the week?
  32. 32. How often do you cook from scratch?
  33. 33. Consider one to one questioning
  34. 34. More in depth sessions
  35. 35. Review what food is available and where
  36. 36. Discuss varied diets
  37. 37. What makes a healthy meal - food quiz
  38. 38. Maybe ask questions to other stakeholders e.g. social worker or councils</li></ul>We also discussed what to do with the information you find out<br /><ul><li>Read It
  39. 39. Collate, share , evaluate
  40. 40. Change the way you do things
  41. 41. Use quotes for marketing
  42. 42. Add it to reports
  43. 43. Use it to inform services and development</li></ul>Stop Smoking Group - Example Report Process<br />What do you recordWhat do you reportWhat do you do as a result Outputs rather than outcomesCase studiesEncourage people to move on User involvement groupOne-to-one interviews Adapt and improve the service Questionnaire - what do you get out of this?Smoking is easy to report on outcomesMaybe offer new servicesWho stopped smokingmonitor competence change perception  Link with GPs What works wellOutputs easy  What needs more workOutcomes processing - Some are harder to measureBetter scheduled time to work on reportingLearn from MistakesDevelop an easy practical way to do itWorking with health outcomes More working with the decision makersGetting your questions right  Training  Catching up time <br />