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Attitudes towards co-production | SCIE

Part of: Attitudes towards co-production get a picture of what people across the UK think about co-production in social care. We wanted to get a picture of attitudes in the sector, and to see if genuine coproduction and sharing of power is happening for people who use services, carers and professionals working in social care. Those

CLARE (Creative Local Action, Responses and Engagement)

Part of: Scaling up community-based models of care in Northern Ireland

...continuous learning and coproduction Barriers and enablers for expansion CLARE wants to contribute to systemic change in the way health and social care is designed by working with older people, their communities and the organisations involved in the commissioning and delivery of services

Case study: Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust - SCIE

Part of: Case study: Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust

...on the ground makes some service users sceptical about the influence their input is having and there is a risk that this will start to erode trust. The Trust is moving towards an integrated practice-based model of mental health service provision, and has rigorously adopted coproduction as a way to engage

Co-production in social care: What it is and how to do it - References

Part of: Co-production in social care: what it is and how to do it (Guide) accessible, London: SCIE. Atterton, J., Woolvin, M., Steinerowski, A. and Homer, T. (2011) The benefits and challenges of the coproduction of health and social care services in a rural context, Edinburgh: Rural Policy Centre. Bennett, T., Newman, S. and Sanderson, H. (2008) Co-production

What should the vision be for adult social care the citizen-led organisations needed to do so (as Tower Hamlets’ strategic coproduction programme has with disabled people). Finally, reforming adult social care is one of those huge challenges which can only be met by thinking even bigger: a transformed understanding of what we mean by social care support

A commissioner’s guide to developing and sustaining user-led organisations - What is a ULO and what does it do?

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

...the DH and ODI also undertook some ULO capacity building work through the regions, channelling support through the Deputy Regional Directors for Social Care. In 2009/10 each region was allocated resources to try to ensure there was a ULO in each local authority in each region, and to support coproduction

Local people: the real experts by experience for better joined-up care | SCIE

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

...production guide, including how local authorities, care, health and housing providers have taken a coproductive approach to developing and delivering services. Tools and resources The challenge of co

Routes to scale | SCIE

Part of: Innovative models of health, care and support for adults, or incorporated into, practices of existing organisations and networks. In choosing the right approach, it is important to consider the right balance between local coproduction and being faithful to an emerging model. Enabling people to design and adapt local programmes

Integrated working

Part of: Integration: step by step

Think Local, Act Personal (TLAP) The online 'Integration - Step by Step' tool includes questions about coproduction issues that are derived from Think Local, Act Personal (TLAP) Making it Real progress markers. The questions address what people who use services expect

Co-production in social care: What it is and how to do it - Practice examples: Nothing about Disabled people without Disabled people

Part of: Practice examples

Chief Executive’s Office London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham View more: Co-production practice examples SHARE: Part of: Practice examples Last updated: May 2020

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