Developing an evaluation framework for Homeshare UK
Added on Monday, May 10th, 2021
Caroline Brett and Hannah Timpson, from the Faculty of Health at Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU), and the ICC’s Kerry Wilson are collaborating on a new research programme commissioned by Homeshare UK, which is part of Shared Lives Plus, the national network for shared living. The organisation is working with the research team at LJMU to develop a more consistent and robust approach to evaluating its work and its value to participating householders, homesharers and a range of key stakeholders including future commissioners and health and social care sectors.
In the first instance, this includes a commission to develop an outcomes framework and theory of change model for the organisation. This will support the future development of a new Homeshare programme in Liverpool. As part of the project the team will be facilitating a series of stakeholder engagement workshops with members of the Homeshare network across the UK.