This blog is part of a series that begins here.
At Changing Tracks, we know that a great deal of outcome evidence on children and young people is gathered and never used, or only sent to funders. This is a real waste because if you take the time to write up your findings they can be used not only to inform the development of your work, but also as a basis for talking to existing and potential commissioners/funders of your services. Your case studies, anecdotes, or other material can show that you’re committed to meeting the needs of the young people they work with, you have a deep understanding of the impact you can make, and they might buy in your delivery as a result.
Read more on our website here.