Collaborations and Partnerships

As a company, we recognise the value of working with others who share our aims and beliefs, in order to offer a comprehensive and complementary evaluation service to our clients. We have a number of associations and active relationships across a range of organisational systems including:

Centre for Research on Ageing, University of Southampton is an international and multi-disciplinary research centre examining key issues in ageing and the lifecourse, informing policy and debate at the national and local level.

The National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi) is a not-for-profit organization, which works to promote inclusive lives for people who are most at risk of exclusion and who may need support to lead a full life. NDTi exists to make change happen – change that leads to people having better lives.

Shared Intelligence (Si) is a strong team of dedicated professionals who work with partners across the UK in community regeneration, economic development, public service improvement and place making. They believe that sharing knowledge brings success – and this ethos underpins everything that they do.

WSA Community Consultants specialises in community development, regeneration and social inclusion. They develop close working partnerships with community, voluntary and local government sectors to support and deliver tangible and sustainable improvements to local communities.

Health Services Management Centre (HSMC), University of Birmingham is based in the School of Social Policy, is one of the leading centres specialising in policy, development, education and research in health and social care services in the UK. HSMC’s prime purpose is to strengthen the management and leadership of these services and to promote improved health and well-being.