We are delighted to welcome National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi) as a new Coalition for Personalised Care (C4PC) Partner.
NDTi is a not-for-profit change organisation, working with people and services to enable people at risk of exclusion, due to age or disability, to live the life they choose. NDTi makes change happen by celebrating what’s possible, supporting changemakers and building self-determination.
Through change and development work, research and evaluation, and providing best practice resources, NDTi helps organisations rethink what’s possible and create sustainable change that leads to better lives for people and communities.
Paul Marshall, CEO of NDTi, explains, “All of our work is inclusion focused, co-produced and based on evidence. We believe that when voices and purpose come together, they can create change.
“By being part of the Coalition, we will be able to contribute our voice and knowledge. We want to connect with, and draw on the skills, knowledge and experience, of Coalition Partners to push the Personalised Care agenda.”
With its focus on putting people’s voices at the centre of every action and change, NDTi ensures that disabled, autistic and older people have a strong voice on all the decisions and changes that affect their lives.
C4PC Programme Manager, Emma Geldart, tells us, “NDTi has a long-standing track record of helping deliver change that improves lives. Like C4PC, NDTi’s approach is centred around the individual, ensuring that they can influence and co-design the support and care they need.
“The range of knowledge NDTi will bring to the Coalition has been developed over many years from across communities, including mental health, ageing, children and young people, learning disabilities, and autism. We are looking forward to the shared learning NDTi will bring.”
With shared priorities focusing on equality and individual choice, NDTi is a welcome and valued addition to the Coalition network. We look forward to hearing from NDTi representatives at upcoming network events.
If you would to find out more about NDTi’s work, please visit their website.