Wallet watchers online is a project aimed at getting the best out of young people and empowering them to help others in similar situations to them. This project will support young people who are traditionally disengaged with learning to create their own training documentation and support their peers with financial concerns. It will also create a legacy of engaging training tools for other organisations to use to help them engage with young people learning in referral units.
Get In Quick aims to ensure that families with young children get the money advice and support they need to ensure financial stability as early as possible. This project places a money adviser within midwives / health visitors, and social services assessment teams,who will identify and support young families in need of money advice. They will also create training and tools to help health and social care teams identify financial difficulties and ensure those in need get appropriate advice and support.
Behaviour Change, with input from MAT and partner housing associations (including Hyde Housing) will design and produce client focused tools which aim to enhance the engagement and advice process. Nudging by Design will also produce a toolkit summarising the learning from the project and allow other organisations to incorporate the principles of behaviour economics into their work.