Positive approaches

Explaining the different positive approaches to supporting people experiencing homelessness, what the differences are and why they are important. 

In recent years our well-established sector has seen an introduction of a number of innovative approaches to supporting people who are experiencing homelessness; Psychologically Informed Environments, Trauma Informed Care, Housing First and strengths-based working to name a few. These are all different types of positive approaches.

But how do these approaches compare with each other? Are they similar or different? Which one should you adopt, or should you adopt them all? It is sometimes difficult to tell between the different approaches and decide on which one is best to use with the people you support.

Positive approaches

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Explaining the different positive approaches to supporting people experiencing homelessness, what the differences are, and why they are important. 

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Jo Prestidge

Innovation and good practice project manager

Jo is an innovation and good practice project manager, leading a range of projects and training including Housing First England and Trauma Informed Care.

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