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The WY-FI Project supports people with multiple needs across West Yorkshire. At their annual learning event this year, they will share their learning from year 3 of the WY-FI Project in relation to:
- effective beneficiary engagement
- the impact of integrated multi-agency work, and
- the benefits of co-production
Touchstone’s own Alison Lowe and Jennie McCreight will both be part of the programme at the event.
Alison will be speaking about the WY-FI System Change Action Network and how system change happens locally.
Jennie – the Education, Training and Employment Coordinator for the WY-FI project – will be leading a workshop on “Learning for Recovery”.
Other speakers and workshop facilitators include:
- Dr Richard Crisp from Sheffield Hallam University
- Laura Furness from the Big Lottery Fund
- Anna Randle from Collaborate
- Sarah Joseph from University of Leeds
- Ian Wilson from Sheffield Hallam University
Who should attend?
- West Yorkshire commissioners of services for people experiencing homelessness, addiction, re-offending and/or mental ill health.
- West Yorkshire service providers for people experiencing homelessness, addiction, re-offending and/or mental ill health.
- West Yorkshire MPs with an interest in homelessness, addiction, re-offending and/or mental ill health.
Where and when?
The event takes place at St George’s Conference Centre in Leeds on Thursday 27th April.
How to book
Attendance is free. You can book your place online at https://is.gd/fromsh. (Booking deadline is 19th April)