Enabling Good Lives “Feedback Loop 2” Report EGL Christchurch Demonstration - September 2015
This is the second feedback loop conducted regarding what practices and processes are making positive change for those involved with Enabling Good Lives (EGL) and what areas need improvement and further development.
Interviews were conducted with 28 participants. A format of eight open ended questions were used and responses were collated.
In general, Enabling Good Lives continues to be seen as a positive initiative for providing individualised support. Three key themes were identified throughout the feedback process. These were:
• Being in control & enabled to make own decisions
• Having access to a personal budget
• Navigation support
Feedback Loop Response: An extract from EGL Newsletter Issue 10 Summer 2015
The Second Feedback Loop was conducted by Standards and Monitoring Service (SAMS) to gather feedback from individuals and families about what aspects of Enabling Good Lives (EGL) practices have been of most value to them and how. This is to inform the best way forward for the next few months, as well as following the Demonstration. We’d like to express our sincere thanks to all those who participated in this Feedback Loop.