Asset Based Consulting

Asset Based ConsultingAsset Based Consulting (ABC) describe themselves as a partnership formed by Trevor and Jayne Hopkins to champion and use ‘Assets Approaches’ in work to improve health & well-being and challenge health inequalities.

Between them Jayne and Trevor have over 45 years experience of public service: in local government, teaching, community and voluntary work. They both continue to work as volunteers for a number of projects in the north east of England.

They are supported by a network of associates who have particular knowledge and skills and share a commitment in their own work, to using an approach that develops the assets, skills, knowledge and strengths that exist in all individuals, families, communities and organisations.

In the past few months ABC has, or is working with: East Sussex County Council, Surrey County Council, Staffordshire County Council, Support Staffordshire, Gateshead Council, Bensham & Saltwell Alive, Inspired Futures/Dioceses of Northumberland and Durham, St Chads Church, Groundwork NE and Cumbria, Hastings Voluntary Action, Rother Voluntary Action, 3VA, The Friends of Saltwell Park, Dunston Silver Band, England Athletics, Heaton Harriers, Glasgow Centre for Population Health, Skimstone Arts, 22 Sheds, Creative Youth Opportunities Durham.

There is a growing network of thinkers, activists and practitioners who are using and championing asset based approaches in their work. The links below will give you access to websites, discussions, blogs, online communities and the networks that connect asset based thinkers across the world. Click Here for links.

If you would like to know more about Asset Based Consulting you can visit their website HERE.

References: Asset Based Consulting. 2018. Retrieved from http://www.assetbasedconsulting.net/Default.aspx

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