NAPA turns spotlight on key achievements after rebrand

Highlighting key achievements in 2021-22, NAPA’s new Annual Impact Report shows that membership grew as the activities charity focused on a digital approach during the pandemic.

The report details how this digital approach enabled 3,200 members – up 6% on the previous year – to introduce new ways of working, gain access to practice development tools, and receive support and advice to prioritise wellbeing in care settings.

In 2021, NAPA reached 15,000 activity and care staff, a 30% increase on 2020, as it rebranded with a new logo, website and digital platform for members.  Among other achievements were surpassing fundraising targets, extending the support line service and launching the NAPA professional pathway.

“NAPA continues to lead the way, championing the importance of engagement, the role of the activity provider and providing the essential knowledge, skills and resources required to support people to live content, connected and creative lives,” said the association’s executive director Hilary Woodhead.

“We are proud to publish this report which shares the development work undertaken last year in collaboration with our members and partner organisations.  We look forward to building on these achievements and welcome your ideas and feedback.”

Read the report HERE