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Launch of Co-production Oxfordshire’s Working Together Handbook

...are doing, and in particular if you find any part of the Handbook especially helpful. Contact us at: coproduction@oxfordshire.gov.uk or find us on Twitter @OxonCopro Co-production Oxfordshire on Twitter @OxonCopro Press Contact Email: media@scie.org.uk

Staying close and staying connected in East Anglia

...that is critical to our success? How do we embed coproduction in the project? Our aspiration for the project is to provide this secure base in East Anglia, along with a lifelong connection and sense of belonging for young people whilst providing them with a home and support when they leave their children’s

Launch of Co-production Oxfordshire’s Working Together Handbook

Part of: Co-production

...are doing, and in particular if you find any part of the Handbook especially helpful. Contact us at: coproduction@oxfordshire.gov.uk or find us on Twitter @OxonCopro Co-production Oxfordshire on Twitter @OxonCopro Press Contact Email: media@scie.org.uk

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

SCIE’s new year plan: Growing innovative practice across the sector

...innovation. Coproduction builds relationships to share power between professionals and citizens recognising that we all have a contribution to make to improve quality of life and achieve better outcomes. SCIE will continue to build on 20 years of co-production work in adults social care with a particular

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

...designing, managing and delivering the recruitment process and methods 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

Leeds Family Valued Reimagining child welfare for the 21st century | Strengthening Families, Protecting Children (SFPC)

Part of: Leeds Family Valued

There was a particular focus on doing WITH the family, rather than TO or FOR, and involving families in discussions and decision-making at every stage. Coproduction like this empowers families and builds trust between families and social workers. Insights developed through this workshop fall under three themes

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

Part of: Co-production

...designing, managing and delivering the recruitment process and methods 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

Co-producing ideas and solutions to achieve better joined-up care | SCIE

Part of: How to work together to achieve better joined-up care

SCIE) provides recommendations on how to develop coproductive approaches in organisations and projects based on a framework for change management. See Co-production – what it is and how to do it. Take an asset-based approach

Social care, working with health, can provide many of the solutions to the challenges we face (11 June 2015)

...people so that they can better look after themselves and others. And they are saving the NHS real money. The second area was coproduction, which is in danger – at least in parts of the NHS – as being seen as another form of consultation or engagement. It is not. Co-production – with its focus

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