A commissioner’s guide to developing and sustaining local user-led organisations
Resources: Further reading
- Begum, N. (2006) Doing it for themselves: Participation and black and minority ethnic service users. SCIE report 14, Social Care Institute for Excellence and Race Equality Foundation, London: SCIE.
- Beresford, P. (2003) It’s our lives. A short theory of knowledge, distance and experience, London: Citizens Press in Association with Shaping Our Lives, London.
- Beresford, P. (1999) ‘Making participation possible: Movements of disabled people and psychiatric system survivors’ in T. Jordan and A. Lent (eds) Storming the millenium: The new politics of change, London: Lawrence and Wishart.
- Branfield, F. and Beresford, P. (2006) Making user involvement work: Supporting service user networking and knowledge, York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
- Campbell, P. (1996) ‘The history of the user movement in the United Kingdom’, in T. Heller (ed) Mental health matters: A reader, Macmillan, Basingstoke.
- NCIL, ADASS and LGA (2009) Joint Protocol between National Centre for Independent Living, Association of Directors of Adult Social Services, and the Local Government Association for the provision of user led organisations (including Centres for Independent Living) and user led support services, London: National Centre for Independent Living.)
- National Centre for Independent Living (2008) Peer support and personalisation: A review prepared for the Department of Health, London: National Centre for Independent Living.
- Social Care Institute for Excellence with the National Centre for Independent Living (2009) At a glance 15: Personalisation briefing: implications for user-led organisations (ULOs), London: SCIE.
- Tilley (2004) The history of self-advocacy for people with learning difficulties: International comparisons. Report on the conference held on 6-7 May 2004 at the Open University, Milton Keynes.
- Wallcraft, J., Read, J. and Sweeney, A. (2003) On our own terms: Users and survivors of mental health services working together for support and change, London: The Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health.