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One Ilfracombe: Theory of Change evaluation and prospective ‘Living Well’ Value for Money assessment

One Ilfracombe: Theory of Change evaluation and prospective ‘Living Well’ Value for Money assessment
Date: February 2016
Authors: NEF Consulting: primary author Alison Freeman

Introduction
This report examines and evaluates the robustness of One Ilfracombe’s integrated service model and its potential for cost savings. A Theory of Change (ToC) evaluation and two prospective Value for Money (VfM) assessments are presented in this report to explore the coherence of One Ilfracombe’s plans, and to estimate potential State savings arising from health and well-being initiatives, known collectively as ‘Living Well’, which target elderly residents (one of Ilfracombe’s initial projects).

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