Health and Wellbeing
Many of the activities that the Trust supports have an impact on the health and wellbeing of the communities that it serves. We have found that engaging in community activities brings wellbeing and resilience advantages for both individuals and communities.
In this line, here you can find some pieces of work the Trust has undertaken. Feel free to download and read the reports and disseminate amongst your networks
- The Trust for Developing Communities, the Hangleton and Knoll Project and Serendipity have prepared a joint response to the Resilience (Annual Report of the Director of Public Health) report published by the Brighton and Hove Council (2011).Community development work builds the capacity of communities which in turn strengthens community resilience.
- The Trust has produced this report which provides the baseline to understand the involvement in community activities by Tarner residents and to evaluate the impact that their involvement has in their health and wellbeing.This project was funded in 2010 by the Primary Care Trust (PCT), Novas Scarman and the Brighton and Hove City Council.Below you can download both the main report (28 pp.) or the summary (4 pp.)
|Community Development and Resilience report October 2011||850.16 KB|
|Health and Wellbeing report 2010.pdf||667.98 KB|
|health and wellbeing summary report_TDC_2011.pdf||653.42 KB|