These infographics on Local Area Coordination were created by Ralph Broad, Simon Duffy and Eddie Bartnik to provide insight into the key functions and purpose of Local Area Coordination:
1. The current crisis-driven system:
2. Local Area Coordination as a form of prevention:
3. The system shift created by Local Area Coordination:
4. The process of Local Area Coordination:
5. Local Area Coordination as a means to advance citizenship:
Please note that the graphics integrated thinking from the long-history of local area coordination with other work with which it harmonises. The model of the seven keys to citizenship as an account of the good life was originally developed by Dr Simon Duffy. The model of real wealth as the means by which people build a good life was developed by Dr Pippa Murray. Ralph Broad is happy to discuss these ideas or answer other questions. Please contact him here.
The publisher is the Centre for Welfare Reform.
Graphics on Local Area Coordination © Ralph Broad and Simon Duffy 2012, updated with Eddie Bartnik 2019.
All Rights Reserved. Please reference the authors and the publisher if you use them.
This report outlines early outcomes, lessons and opportunities from the first evaluation of Local Area Coordination in England.
Local Area Coordination is an innovation from Western Australia which strengthens people's connections in community.
Ralph Broad describes a long-standing social innovation, first developed in Australia, which helps people stay part of their communities and prevents crises and unmet need.
Advice for Local Government on how to extend and strengthen the application of the Local Area Coordination (LAC) model in practice.
Written by Ralph Broad, this report describes the positive progress on Local Area Coordination in England and Wales.
Citizenship is a practical and achievable goal for all of us - the keys to citizenship explains how.