The Project overview for the CHAOS TO ORDER project.
- Funded by the Preventions and Communities – Birmingham City Council
- It aims to work with 100 people with hoarding issues over 2 years ending September 2021.
- It will involve using New Approaches
- There will be several multi-agency training sessions throughout the year to empower support workers from all agencies to understand the condition and work together mentored and monitored to find solutions that work.
- There will be some distance video work (Therapy via video rather than one to one in the home)
- At the heart of the project is the Hoarding Charter – this is a charter reassures anyone with Hoarding Issues in Birmingham that the city is looking to work to clear guidelines promote person centered approaches.
- Support workers are encouraged to work with other support workers from different agencies to find solutions. This buddying will be mentored to encourage team working to find solutions.
- Some work with body cams will be trialed
- The use of the Clutter Image Rating (see resources)
- Savings Inventory Questionnaire – multiple choice questionnaires to assist monitoring of progress (see resources)
- Action Plan* – to aid development of plans (see resources)
*All participants of the Chaos to Order project will agree to be part of the above with a signed agreement to joint partnership working and resource development.