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A commissioner’s guide to developing and sustaining user-led organisations - The added value of ULOs

Part of: A commissioner's guide to developing and sustaining user-led organisations

...user networks, which are an effective way of channeling user views on their local social care system coordinate coproduction and user engagement mechanisms to contribute to every part of the commissioning cycle: analyse, plan, do, review call upon their local community networks

How I see co-production

Part of: Co-production

How I see co-production By Alex Fox, CEO of Shared Lives Plus and SCIE trustee Coproduction is a clunky piece of jargon for an important concept. There are lots of good definitions out there. Personally

Commissioning resources (Social Care Innovation Network) | SCIE

Part of: Commissioning resources (SCIN)

...complexity but provides flexibility, collaboration and coproduction, evidence-based investment and decommissioning, valuing and motivating the workforce. Helpful in moving away from rules-based commissioning. Useful to adult social care commissioners but can be used by anyone who is interested

Digital capabilities: About the project | SCIE

Part of: About the Digital Capabilities project

National Care Forum NHS Digital Royal College of Nursing SCIE Coproduction Network Skills for Care Social Work England The group also included experts by experience: an adult carer, and an adult and young person with experience of using social work services. PRINT

Strengths, assets and place - the emergence of Local Area Coordination initiatives in England and Wales

Part of: Prevention research and practice

Embedding Local Area Coordination within Local Authority settings requires skilled political and policy leadership. It balances emerging individual outcomes – health and well-being – with the civic mission (values, control and coproduction), and avoids one being subverted to the other. (Edited publisher

Useful resources - supported self-assessment

Part of: Care Act: assessment and eligibility: supported self-assessment

...for practitioners in social care relating to the Care Act. Please note it is necessary to belong to a partner organisation in order to access these in full. SCIE’s guide to coproduction in social care. SHARE: Part of: Care Act: assessment and eligibility: supported self

How to do autism conferences in a new wave, punk style

How to do autism conferences in a new wave, punk style By Jane Green, SCIE trustee About Jane Jane Green MA Ed. is the first autistic trustee at SCIE, coproduction steering group member, Theme and co

Launch of Co-production Oxfordshire’s Working Together Handbook

Part of: Co-production

...at: coproduction@oxfordshire.gov.uk or find us on Twitter @OxonCopro Co-production Oxfordshire on Twitter @OxonCopro Press Contact Email: media@scie.org.uk Mobile: 07739 458 192 PRINT: SHARE

Co-production Commitments pledged - Co-production Week 2017 | SCIE

Part of: National Co-production Week

...of coproduction and asset based approaches. In the development of the recovery college, there is a commitment to the use of an asset based approach. However, I am aware of some challenges or potential problems. For example, when I attended an event run by Wakefield Recovery College about coproduction I saw

To find good employees, service users need to be involved in recruitment and training

Part of: Co-production

...of assessment and induction too. Real coproduction of the whole process, and being paid for their time. Why do all this? First, because service users know better than anyone what good care is. They can tell people what it's really like - the good and the bad. Yes this may put some people off, but it will also

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