Pragmatic Practitioners aim is for better, more professional assistance to people at difficult times in their lives. These may be disabled people, those experiencing mental health difficulties or elderly people. Some of these people may be in vulnerable situations and we believe it is essential that they are able to exercise their rights in the same way as anyone else.
We do this through:
- Work to understand the knowledge of other practitioner’s professional knowledge and practice and to incorporate that into our own work to provide more complete assistance
- Build an evidence base of case examples that show how to manage complexity in ways that people can establish control over their own lives
- Use our knowledge and experience for advocacy with government and local public bodies to create a regulatory, policy and funding environment that is effective in supporting people