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Outcomes Matrix - Family, friends and relationships

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Individuals

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Enjoys positive and constructive relationships with others

  • Increased satisfaction with own friendships (quality of friendships)
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Mental health needs
    • Parents
    • Young people
    - Reports improvements in the quality of their friendships and relationships with others
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  • Increased satisfaction with own friendships
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Has one or more friends they feel close to - Is satisfied with their relationships with friends - Has improved the number, quality and frequency of their friendships
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  • Improved social networks and involvement
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Has a broader social network - Is active in their social network - Number of contacts on social network sites 
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  • Improved relationships between parents and children
    • Children
    • Young people
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    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Parents
    • Young people
    - Is able to live safely with their parents or within their family network - Is free from emotional abuse and violence, and able to develop - Perceptions of children about the quality of their relationships with their parents
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  • Has changed potentially harmful relationships for more positive ones
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Is free from emotional abuse and violence - Is free from negative social influences, peer groups
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  • Has a positive relationship with carer
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    - Has a positive relationship with their carers - Carers report having a positive relationship with the person cared for, and are able to manage conflict sensitively2
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  • Enjoys appropriate and stable relationships with family and partner (domestic abuse)
    • Children
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Is able to live free from domestic abuse and violence
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  • Enjoys appropriate and stable relationships with family and partner
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Has an improved relationship with parents/carers/partner so that there is a reduced risk of family breakdown - Has a positive relationship with one or more relatives - Is satisfied with the quality of their family relationships
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Family, partners, friends and carers of those with specific needs are supported

  • Improved support for family members, partners, primary carers, and friends of those with specific needs
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    - Family members, partners, carers and friends of those with specific needs have access to and use as appropriate specialist advice, counselling and support - Family members, partners, carers, and friends of those with specific needs are satisfied with the support provided
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  • Family members, partners and carers feel better supported and more able to live and enjoy their own lives (respite)
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    - Has access to respite opportunities - Number of days of respite taken
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Has the skills, strategy and support to maintain and manage relationships

  • Improved support for families, children and young people (vulnerable parents)
    • Addiction issues
    • Parents
    - Has access to and uses support networks
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  • Improved support for families, children and young people (transitions)
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    - Is supported when making transitions
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  • Improved support for families, children and young people
    • Children
    • Young people
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    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Young people
    - Is monitored as appropriate for signs of abuse, developmental delay - Has access to and uses counselling for vulnerable children and young people - Is supported when making transitions
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    - Has access to childcare - Has access to parenting classes
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  • Improved communication skills
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Is able to communicate and express themselves appropriately in different social situations - Has developed communication skills
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  • Improved access to good quality relationship support when needed and is confident that it is there
    • Addiction issues
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Knows where to go for relationship support - Is receiving communication or relationship support as appropriate - Reports feeling they have they have successfully improved their communication skills and ability to manage their relationships as a result of their support
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  • Improved access to and use of key communication technologies (support)
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Older people
    • Parents
    - Has the necessary support and equipment to use digital communication technologies
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  • Improved access to and use of key communication technologies
    • Addiction issues
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Has access to key communication technologies (telephone, email, internet) - Knows how to use the internet, email, and social networking sites (if desired) - Level of use of key communication technologies
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  • Improved ability to maintain or form a supportive relationship with significant other(s)
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Is able to maintain their relationships successfully
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  • Family members, partners and carers feel better supported and more able to live and enjoy their own lives
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    - Family members, partners and carers report feel able to live their own lives
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Feels and is socially connected

  • Has a person in times of emergency or need
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Reports having someone they can contact in times of emergency or need
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  • Feels respected, valued, loved, supported and cared about
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
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  • Feels comfortable meeting new people and making new relationships
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Has access to ways to meet new people and the appropriate support - Reports feeling improved confidence and ability to meet new people
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  • Enjoys social activities
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Has improved involvement in a range of regular fun, sociable activities - Keeps in touch with other people through activities - Reports feeling more active and less isolated
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  • Develops the level of social intimacy or connection with others that is right for them, and does not feel lonely
    • Addiction issues
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Amount of social time - Has social contact at least once a week - Level of social isolation or loneliness
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Communities

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A resilient society with meaningful connections

  • Reduction in levels of isolation/loneliness
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    - National/local levels of isolation/loneliness
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  • Improved resilience and support networks
    • Addiction issues
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Proportion of people who feel like they have a support network - Availability of social infrastructure for social networking
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  • Improved relationships with family and friends
    • Children
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Young people
    - Rates of divorce - Rates of domestic violence - Rates of weekly contact with family or friends - Number of children who are able to live safely in their family or family network - Number of children who are identified as being “at risk” or assessed as needing safe guarding by social services - Rates of children taken into care - Successful levels of adoption and fostering
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  • Improved digital infrastructure for social contact (specific needs)
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    - Availability of support for digital inclusion for people with specific needs
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  • Improved digital infrastructure for social contact
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    - Proportion of people with access to high-speed internet - Proportion of people with basic internet skills
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Public and corporate policy and expenditure that supports families, friends and relationships

  • Improvements in policy and legislation (vulnerable parents)
    • Parents
    - Implementation among schools, nurseries, health and social service boards of policies to actively identify vulnerable parents and children in their geographical areas
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  • Improvements in policy and legislation
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Parents
    - Changes in policy and legislation that support improvements to family, friends and relationships - Changes to regulation - Level of relevant parliamentary activity (e.g. white papers published, committees formed, consultations or reviews conducted, citations made)
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  • Improved investment, expenditure and procurement
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Parents
    - Government investment in families, friends and relationships - Government expenditure/funding for programmes - Procurement practices and public sector contracts that are designed to improve social outcomes (e.g. contracts that enable social enterprises and smaller SMEs to bid, outcomes-aligned contracts) - Corporate investment and expenditure (giving) on supporting families
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Good quality services for family, friends and relationships

  • Improved support services for families of those with needs
    • Addiction issues
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    - Availability of support and advice for family members and primary care-givers - Number of days of respite provided for family members and primary care-givers
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  • Improved availability of services for relationships
    • Addiction issues
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    - Availability of relationship advice - Availability of counselling on matters relating to personal relationships (family breakdown, grievance, family disputes) - Availability and use of services that provide social activities and help build social relationships - Number of people receiving services who feel they have successfully improved their relationships as a result of support provided
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  • Improved availability of services for families
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Parents
    - Availability of childcare - Availability of parenting classes - Availability of support services for single parents
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  • Improved availability of services for families
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Parents
    - Availability of support services for vulnerable children and parents - Coverage and effectiveness of services that identify vulnerable parents and children - Coverage and effectiveness of early intervention services
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Strong public awareness of the value of families, friends and relationships, and good sectoral understanding of how to build them

  • Improved stakeholder participation with decision making and with issues
    • Addiction issues
    • Parents
    - Institutional and organisational engagement with stakeholders - Levels of stakeholder choice of services and service providers - Levels of stakeholder involvement in the provision service design and delivery
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  • Improved sectoral understanding of how to build good relationships among families, partners and friends
    • Addiction issues
    • Parents
    - Research and evidence relating to the problem of relationship breakdown and isolation, and interventions that deal with it (e.g. papers published) - Innovation of new ideas, technologies and approaches - Uptake of new ideas by other organisations or government - Retirement of previous methods shown by research to be ineffective - Funding for research - Support for the sector through quality umbrella bodies 
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  • Improved public awareness and engagement
    • Addiction issues
    • Ex-offenders
    • Older people
    • Parents
    - General availability of information - Level of media exposure (e.g. number of articles published on the subject in mainstream media; exposure on tv, radio; internet traffic) - Level of public awareness about the value of relationships, and the causes and consequences of family and relationship breakdown - Public events, rallying and campaigning - Public donations to related charities - Public volunteering on projects and initiatives related to strengthening families and social bonds - Change in public perception and improvements to any prejudice or stigma
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