Service development process

The process of service development typically involves bringing people together, including service users and providers, to:

  • Identify the issue or area for growth in service delivery within the broader service system based on available data, client need and organisational strategic directions;
  • Develop service development plan and organise the people and resources required for implementation;
  • Identify workforce development and support needs to be able to deliver strengthened/new service;
  • Develop and implement communication plan for communicating with all relevant stakeholders; and
  • Evaluation and ongoing monitoring of the efficacy of the service development.

The following resources have been developed by CEED and are available in the resources section of the website under Service Development

  • Eating Disorders Care and Recovery Framework
  • Case Management and Care Leadership for Eating Disorders: CEED guide to eating disorder recovery/treatment care team planning