Outcomes

Definition: In social care, the term 'outcome' is often used to refer to the positive results of the social care a person has received. They represent changes or improvements that have taken place during the time someone has been receiving support.

Category: Adult Social Care

Credit: Department of Health

Source: Glossary of Adult Social Care Terms


Service descriptions mentioning the term Outcomes

RNC Work Ready Programme - (Royal National College for the Blind (RNC))Service

The Work Ready programme provides tailored, flexible, industry-based training to increase your employment prospects. RNC's specialist expertise and personalised approach allows them to provide the training that is right for you. Programmes last from 6 to 26 weeks and are delivered and supported by industry professionals in real working environments with employment outcomes. The length of your programme will vary according to your needs and the employment pathway you select.
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