57 people registered with Future Pathways.
15 people started working with a Support Coordinator.
80 people accessed support from 26 Delivery Partners.
The average age of people who registered with us was 46.
77% of people who register with us live in the Central Belt of Scotland.
We learned that most of the people we support may have a disability or a health condition.
Most of the feedback we received was positive.
Some people told us they felt listened to and able to trust the service.
On the other hand, waiting for support can make people feel frustrated, unable to progress and unimportant.
People gained access to a wide range of supports.
Accessing mental health supports and exploring creative interests were most helpful.
Someone we supported shared what is different for them:
Someone we supported shared the sense of purpose they now feel:
28 people started working with a Support Coordinator.
More people heard about Future Pathways through word of mouth than from anywhere else.
259 people accessed support from our delivery partners.
We worked with 70 active delivery partners.
People told us they wanted to improve their mental health, their living environments and develop new skill.
People told us working with Future Pathways made a positive difference to their lives. For example, by giving them sense of pride in themselves or their achievements, and ways of coping.
When agreeing a support plan, we ask people what difference they envisage these outcomes having in their lives.
People highlighted that they hoped these outcomes would positively affect their relationships, and their mental wellbeing. The word cloud below shows the themes which emerged from people’s answers.
People shared with us how the support can help create a positive outlook