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SIT? Edinburgh Leisure case study on physical exercise

Last Updated: Tuesday 10 November 2015

The Stitch in Time? programme team worked with Edinburgh Leisure to develop a model that explained what they did and how they made a difference, and ways of evaluating a specialised intervention to engage participants who are rehabilitating from a fall or experiencing poor balance.

This case study is for commissioners and funders and third sector organisations.

In this case study we include:

· Edinburgh Leisure Steady Steps’ model of provision which explains the need that they are meeting and their activities..

· Some evidence of the need for this type of intervention and evidence that it can make a difference to strategic outcomes

We also include a paper on ‘Evaluation of an exercise programme’ in which we discuss the approach Edinburgh Leisure took to evaluation.