Whilst a service may be referred to as ‘cost effective’, in common usage, the term that typically embraces this is Economy, Efficiency and Effectiveness.  If a service is concluded to be cost-effective, this generally indicates that the good quality outcomes are required, have been delivered at an acceptable cost and have been capable of producing the outcomes required.

Service Users within the Field Studies contained within the website, have clearly demonstrated engagement and been stimulated in such a way that they have shown progressive improvement over a short period of time which represented a measurable outcome with the respective Service Users.

Stimulation of this type, may have the effect of reducing the level of resource care required in supporting a  Service User, whilst at the same time offering them choice and allowing them to build their own personal profiles.