Authors: Les Billingham and Maureen McEleney
In this report authors Les Billingham (Head of Adult Social Care and Community Development at Thurrock Council) and Maureen McEleney (Interim Assistant Director Housing and Growth at Waltham Forest) reflect on the urgent need for change, the range of outcomes for individuals, families, communities and services and the impact of Local Area Coordination as a driver for positive systems change.
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Local Area Coordination - Catalyst for a system wide prevention approach © Les Billingham and Maureen McEleney 2016.
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