Use our template behavioural insight letters and tools

You can find the tools which other authorities have used to successfully nudge residents towards social good.


Uptake of cancer screening

Aim: Increase the number of people taking up the bowel cancer screening programme

What is the nudge?: BI cancer screening letter

Fire and rescue

Aim: To reduce the number of accidental fires in the home

What is the nudge?: A series of messages to people after they may have consumed alcohol on a night out

Garden waste

Aim: Increase the take-up of payment by annual direct debit for the garden waste collection in order to reduce processing and chasing costs, specifically around cheques - the most costly method of payment for the council.

What is the nudge?: Final DD customer letter and Final Non DD renewal letter with attached payment methods

Housing

Aim: Reduce the number of people relying on the depleting council housing stock and direct those who can, towards private rented housing.

What is the nudge? A personal housing action plan letter

Public health

Aim: To decrease the number of people buying fizzy drinks from a hospital cafe

What is the nudge? A large red ‘stop’ sign

Domestic violence

Aim: To increase the number of domestic abuse victims taking up support services

What is the nudge? A contact information card for victims of domestic abuse

Public health

Aim: To encourage students to swap sugary food items with more healthy ones in school canteens

What is the nudge? A series of messages personalised to each student to encourage healthier eating

Adult social care

Aim: To increase the number of people who have assistive technology installed in their home, where appropriate.

What is the nudge? A behaviourally informed leaflet for service users and a handout for social workers

Children's social care

Aim: Shift demand for Special Educational Needs (SEN) transport from direct transport to alternative travel options by redesigning communications.

What are the nudges? A series of behaviourally informed emails to schools

Children’s social care

Aim: To reduce the number of children and young people with Education, Health and Care Plans, where appropriate.

What are the nudges? A bank of changes to the way in which Warrington run their Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Panel (Appendices 1 - 8)

Adult social care

Aim: To increase the number of people paying their adult social care invoice.

What are the nudges? A series of notice to pay and reminder letters about when and how to pay (A series of notice to pay and reminder letters about when and how to pay).


More information about the behavioural insight projects.