Co-production with different groups of people
Resources to show how co-production of health and social care services with different groups can help improve the quality of care.
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Co-production and older people
Co-production with older people who use services and their carers will help improve health and social care services. Their participation will show what works and develop better dementia and other services in both residential care and the community.
Co-production and black and minority ethnic people
Co-production of health and social care services with black and minority ethnic people will help to improve the quality of the social care services they use.
Co-production and LGBTQI+
Resources for managers, commissioners, frontline practitioners, people who use services and carers about social care support for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, questioning, intersex or who hold identities such as non-binary.
Co-production and young people
Co-production of health and care services with children and young people will help them to feel more independent and in control of the services they use. Their involvement will develop and deliver better care services.
Co-production and seldom heard groups
Co-production of health and care services with seldom heard groups will give voice to people who may have previously been considered hard to reach. It will help to develop inclusive participation and enable people to feel more involved with the services they use.
Co-production and people with mental health issues
Co-production of health and social care services will enable the voice of people with mental health issues to not only be heard but also acted upon. Find out more about SCIE‘s Independent Mental Health Advocacy work and how service user involvement has helped to provide an understanding of what a good service looks like.