CEEDR has recently been commissioned by AESOP (Arts Enterprise with a Social Purpose) to help develop sustainable social enterprise models for its 'Dance to Health' programme. Dance to Health responds to the issue of older people's falls. It addresses challenges faced by current falls prevention services and aims to achieve health, artistic and social outcomes, as well as public health savings. The project will involve the development of recommendations and guidance material for AESOP (and other arts and health social enterprises) on selecting a social enterprise model and governance, identifying income and investment sources, as well as approaches and trajectories for scaling up, franchising, and guidance on measuring organisational level impact.
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