Wales Council of the Blind


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

Library records mentioning Outcomes

Curriculum Framework for Children and Young People with Vision Impairment (CFVI) Guidance - [Library Type]

The framework presents educational outcomes within 11 areas: Facilitating an Inclusive World; Sensory Development; Communication; Literacy; Habilitation: Orientation and Mobility; Habilitation: Independent Living Skills; Accessing information; Technology; Health: Social, Emotional, Mental and Physical Wellbeing; Social, Sports and Leisure; Preparing for Adulthood.

Motor Competence in Children and Young People with Visual Impairment Research paper - [Library Type]

Importantly, this project has identified that the amount of physical activity a CYP-VI engages in (as measured by PAEE) has a positive significant relationship with emotional state – that is, the child’s emotional wellbeing. This finding points to multiple positive future outcomes for engaging and maintaining CYP-VI within sport and physical activity environments. Similarly, data highlight that CYP-VI spend a substantial amount of their free time engaged in sedentary activities, which has been demonstrated in numerous populations to have negative effects upon health-related outcomes, quality of life, and even life expectancy.

Support for children and young people with vision impairment in educational settings Guidance - [Library Type]

This guide provides an overview of the extent to which interventions delivered in educational settings are effective in realising positive outcomes for children and young people with vision impairment. It was produced by the University of Birmingham.

Wales Vision Strategy Implementation Plan 2014-2018 Report - [Library Type]

The new Wales Vision Strategy Implementation Plan focuses on three outcome areas which include: everyone in Wales looks after their eyes and sight: everyone with an eye condition receives timely treatment and early and appropriate services and support are available should sight loss occur; and help facilitate a society in which people with sight loss can fully participate.