Project staff roles

The Fulfilling Lives South East Partnership project is made up of four teams:

Frontline Delivery teams

Working directly with clients, providing assertive, specialist, personalised interventions. This work is used to identify and highlight gaps and barriers within current services and to showcase best practice and innovative ways of working.

Learning and Impact team

Exploring, promoting and evidencing best practice, including that modelled by the delivery teams, and sharing this through co-produced resources, training, events, and publications.

Service User Engagement team

Acting as champions for maximising co-production in all project activities and ensuring the genuine involvement of those with lived experience of multiple disadvantage at all levels within the project. The team consists of volunteers and paid staff with lived experience who gather feedback and insight into the gaps and barriers experienced by those with the most complex needs.

These teams have provided the evidence-base to inform and support the project’s wider systems change work, which is led by the:

Systems Change team

Leading and coordinating the work on the six key themes of this report which the project has identified as the priority areas for people experiencing multiple disadvantage. The team works directly with local partners and stakeholders to achieve real change and improvements in local services and systems.