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My Choice Matters evaluation - Interim report

Published Literature

2014

My Choice Matters supports people with disability and their families to increase their skills, knowledge and confidence in making choices and taking control over their lives. It has a particular focus on supporting people’s transition to self-directed supports and individualised budgets. The UNSW Social Policy Research Centre undertook an evaluation of the My Choice Matters Program, and its findings are presented in a series of reports. The evaluation analysed how My Choice Matters contributes to people’s skills and knowledge; their capacity to take action; and the facilitators and barriers to successful outcomes. The evaluation used a number of methods, including focus groups, interviews, feedback forms, and innovative inclusive approaches to adapt these methods as required to include all people with disability involved in the program.

Publication information

Journal/Publication : Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW

Location : Australasia

Domain/s: Community and civic participation, Economic participation

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