A Kit of Tools

Tools for participatory research and evaluation for children, young people and adults.

Addressing the challenges for evaluation

This paper is for people with a role in commissioning, funding or evaluating community-led health projects and programmes, in particular those involved in Community Health Partnerships, Community Planning Partnerships, local

Canterbury Wellbeing Scales

The Canterbury Wellbeing Scales (CWS) were developed to assess subjective wellbeing in people with mild to moderate dementias, family caregivers, and professional caregivers who care for this population. It is suitable for use by people in the community as well as researchers. 

Carers Checklist

This is an outcome measure for people with dementia and their carers.

Crisis to Recovery Case Study: GRACE

GRACE is a local community group in East Dunbartonshire providing aftercare support and prevention activities to vulnerable adults with mental health issues, addiction, homelessness, social isolation issues or any life trauma.

Crisis to Recovery Case Study: Sorted Project

The Sorted Project supports people in Edinburgh and the Lothians recovering from substance dependency and mental health. Prior to Covid-19 they had commissioned a canal boat which they were using as a base to run groups and activities.