For example, people with learning disabilities, those living with sensory impairment, and younger people.
We now need to embed what we’ve learned. We will continue to refine our approach in line with evidence, learning and feedback from survivors.
More people continue to register every month. There is a need to decide how staff time and other resources should be directed to enable as many people as possible to access support.
There may sometimes be good reasons why it is not appropriate for someone to access statutory services. However, in some other cases people are not getting support that they are entitled to. Future Pathways should work with survivors and delivery partners to share what we know about tackling these problems. We should also call upon others to play their part in contributing to flexible, compassionate services that meet survivors’ needs.
We must ensure everyone who wants to contribute can do so, in a meaningful and safe way.
As we have made a lot of progress in ‘Raising Awareness’ and ‘Enabling Access to a Range of Supports’, we will use just two pathways in future: ‘Supporting People’ and ‘Enabling Effective Work’