As parents we have read a lot about his needs and so many things now make sense, we have put a lot of provisions in for him at home, with memory work etc.
[Child/teenager] is much calmer and a happier person. I think he feels relieved that he finally understands why he behaves and thinks the way he does and that people are helping him rather than fighting against him.
We are just so pleased with how life is, it’s made a huge difference to family life….so thank you very much for everything – you are amazing.
The teacher has taken on board the advice that Bespoke Practitioners have given and it has improved my son’s school life tremendously, we still get bad days but they are better equipped to deal with him.
Bespoke Practitioners was able to get the process started so we will now get the best support possible for my son.
Below is a quote from a charity director about the visit to East Africa in Nov 2015 and another about a Lifewater visit to Uganda:
Glenys was able to understand what measures were appropriate and could give narrative and context to the data gained through the qualitative discussions to make sense of the differences in the cultural expectation and enable understanding of the real and purposeful outcomes. Glenys was able to work with local people and organisations to identify barriers and explore routes for development moving forward.
Research alone cannot tell us the whole story, Glenys was able to bring the people into the evaluation in a way that crossed the cultural gulf between needing clean and safe drinking and understanding if money had been purposefully spent.