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Position papers

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Seldom heard: developing inclusive participation in social care

Part of Co-production

Position paper 10

This paper presents the process and outcomes of research in to service user and carer participation in developing social care services. This research was charged not with evaluating the impact of participation, but with scoping what is know about it and how evaluations are being conducted

Common aims: a strategy to support service user involvement in social work education

Position paper 7

This paper outlines a project commissioned by the Department of Health which focused on participation in the undergraduate and postgraduate social work degree. Focusing on how service user and care organisations can develop their involvement in the undergraduate and post graduate social work degree and drawing on successes of the first two years, the paper then goes on to identify existing barriers to successful partnership and possible ways forward. This project was a joint venture between Shaping Our Lives, Department of Health and SCIE.

Supporting self-advocacy

Position paper 6

The purpose of this report is to share ideas about self-advocacy for people with learning disabilities and those who are committed to supporting self-advocacy such as service providers, commissioners, parents and carers.

Developing social care: the past, the present and the future

Position paper 4

This position paper summarises the views of almost 1,000 service users, practitioners and others on the future of adult social care. It identifies findings from the research and outlines the implications of delivering adult social care in the future.

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