A People and Places community wide platform can be sponsored by Local Authorities, CCGs, Education, Care and support providers, CiCs or local philanthropists.
To see examples of sponsored platforms please visit our 'Who's On-board' on site section of the site.
For Small Care and Support Providers and CICs, voluntary orgs – the starting price for an annual licence to have your own sponsored platform for your clients starts at as little as £300+ vat per annum.
For a County who wishes to take a Joint Local Authority/Health & Education approach by sponsoring a county wide platform across their Adult and Children’s services for as little as 50p per annum per person, please do get in touch to receive a quote.
For Schools and Colleges - we can offer the platform for as little as £10 per student per year. This also includes access for teachers, family members and external professionals/transition teams and all the tools you will need to run a full person centred review 365 days of the year with NO additional work involved.
For Schools or Colleges with over 50 students a 10% discount is applied, for example:-
- 30 students = £300 per annum
- 50 students = £450 per annum (includes 10% discount)
- 75 students = £675 per annum (includes 10% discount)
It’s easy to have a sponsored platform, powered by the People and Places application we can provide a service/organisation with a branded website, on a co.uk url of your choice!
We apply your branding and logo to the landing pages of the site, you can also personalise the sub headings, images and content on the landing pages to promote your services. This gives you a place to tell people about your services before they register and request to join your platform.
Remember a People and Places account remains with the person for their life journey. The account simple moves from one ‘host’ platform to another as they progress through their pathway, i.e. School > College > Support Provider > Main PAP platform
This way nothing is lost in translation and between venues. Consistency in communication is maintained providing a smoother approach to transition.