Health and well-being
Subtitle: Sustaining play provision in changing times
Based on literature research, discussions with play service managers, a survey of play providers and 10 detailed case studies, Playing On addresses the key issue of attracting long-term funding and sustainability in play provision.
The guide gives examples of how play providers can improve their sustainability through:
- strong management
- understanding the complexities of funding and income generation
- involving children and young people, their families and other local community members working in partnership and networking with local organizations linking to local plans and strategies.
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