Every participant will be interviewed by a trained, qualified and experienced professional (Care Plan Manager) to determine the most relevant and appropriate care plan for them as an individual. Focussing on the identification of SMART, person-centred outcomes, participants will discuss the range of available options and together they will develop a bespoke programme of both practical woodland skills training and specialist psychotherapy support. The achievement of outcomes will be monitored through regular review meetings between the Care Plan Manager and the participant. New outcomes may be identified, and programmes reviewed to ensure progression towards the achievement of long-term outcomes. To ensure a holistic approach is maintained throughout, the Care Plan Manager will be required to obtain feedback on participants’ progress from contracted staff.
The participant will be monitored by the care plan manager, as part of the overall evaluation process, to determine progress and identify any changes needed to their individual programme. Progress will be monitored through regular observation and interviewing of the participant and staff.
Participants may respond positively but require extended support over the pilot period. This will be catered for by the managing team in consultation with the Welsh Government.