[b]Quote from rebeccawoodthorpe on June 11, 2014, 12:15[/b]
One of the challenges we can sometimes face is making sure we are providing activities that people (young people in our case) actually want. We visit families at home on a regular basis to make sure everything is kept as personal as possible. How have other people kept what they are doing relevant to the area they are working in?
That’s a good question – it can definitely be difficult. For my group, it’s been a case of trial and error really – just getting some small activities going (barbeques, kids activities, workshops etc), publicising them and then just seeing how well attended they are – and getting feedback. Then we know what to do more of in the future.