At some point in our lives one in four of us will be affected by mental illness!
The Inclusion Institute, led by Prof. David Morris, takes forward the work of the cross-government National Social Inclusion Programme as a centre of excellence for learning, evidence, innovation and practice on inclusion in the context of both personalisation and sustainable, engaged communities.
Programme, working co-productively with citizens to:
build a sustainable and practical evidence base on inclusion, linked to:
local support for development and practice
With a number of Academic and Developmental Associates to augment the broad range of resources of ISCRI, the Institute offers established learning networks, bespoke practice developement, teaching and course development and practice-based evaluation and research. Together with its national partner and affiliate organisations, it supports work on inclusion in older people, families, dementia and disability services as well as mental health.