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Category: 09. Sector specific

Collated resources for specific sectors or areas of practice

Learning disability

What Makes a Good Self Advocacy Project? A Toolkit. This toolkit will help you: ●plan and design a project ●run a project ●show if the project has done everything you wanted. http://allwalespeople1st.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/DRILL-toolkit.pdf   Here’s a link to a 5 min video about why the toolkit matters: https://youtu.be/ZxN7HQGAhM4 Here’s a link to the learning report (about coproducing research): https://bit.ly/toolkitreport For more information about the toolkit, talk to AWPF – http://allwalespeople1st.co.uk/ For more information about how the research was […]

Health (General)

Here’s a bit of a reading list for co-production and more in health and social care: The 1000 lives guide has been produced to enable healthcare organisations and their teams to successfully implement a series of interventions to improve the safety and quality of care that their patients receive. It is recommended this guide is read in conjunction with the following: ■ How to Improve – The guide for reliable and sustained improvement ■ The 1000 Lives Improvement […]

Health and wellbeing

This report provides 10 key points that can be implemented to improve, increase the health and wellbeing of people and communities. See the link below for a copy of the report: https://media.nesta.org.uk/documents/realising-the-value-ten-key-actions-to-put-people-and-communities-at-the-heart-of-health-and-wellbeing_0.pdf   This is the final report in a ongoing series, the other 8 are listed below: Making the Change – A report on behavioural factors within person & community centered approaches to health & wellbeing. https://media.nesta.org.uk/documents/making_the_change.rtv_.pdf 2. At the Heart of Health – […]

Getting things changed: disabled people’s organisations and co-production

‘Getting Things Changed’ was a large multi-centre programme of UK based research in Disability Studies, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council between 2015-2018. It was led by a team at the University of Bristol, with Disability Rights UK, the National Development Team for Inclusion and partners in three other universities. The report highlights the successes and challenges of a co-productive approach – refer particularly to the executive summary and introduction, and to the detail of chapter 9 (page 40) […]

Prison and Probation Services

Three simple, effective and straightforward toolkits provided by the Revolving Doors Agency to help improve: prisoner involvement systems; how to run peer research projects with offenders in the community and service user involvement with offenders in the community. Number 1. is Sector Specific to the Prison Service but 2 & 3 have content that can be translated to other areas for use.   Improving Your Prisoner Involvement Systems: A Toolkit for Staff. http://www.revolving-doors.org.uk/file/1863/download?token=1cQMWr1W   2. […]

Social Value Forums

Social Value Forums toolkit A toolkit for understanding and promoting social value in the delivery of care and support services and developing Social Value Forums to support organisations in meeting the outcomes of the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014. Find it here: https://wales.coop/social-value-toolkit/

Children and young people

Co-Production, the Third Sector and the delivery of public services Brandsen, T., Pestoff, V., 2006. Co-production, the third sector and the delivery of public services. PUBLIC MANAGEMENT REVIEW. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/221657221_Co-production_the_third_sector_and_the_delivery_of_public_services_An_introduction An introductory paper on co-production in relation to child care.   A Guide to Co-Producing Children’s Services Aked, J., 2009. A Guide to Co-Producing Children’s Services. NESTA. https://b.3cdn.net/nefoundation/d745aadaa37fde8bff_ypm6b5t1z.pdf A supplemental report to a larger work, this provides a framework for professionals to incorporate co-production into their […]

Health: primary care

Resources for more collaborative consultations in primary care Year of Care http://www.yearofcare.co.uk/ Co-Creating Health https://www.health.org.uk/programmes/co-creating-health Transforming Participation in Health and Care http://www.england.nhs.uk/2013/09/25/trans-part/ Person Centred Care Resource Centre http://www.personcentredcarenow.org.uk/ These consultations are scripted so that the patient has an active role to play. They also lead onto follow up activities that help the patient to make important changes to their lifestyle. In this way the consultation becomes the centre of whole network of activities and interventions, done by a range of […]

Green and social prescribing

Why social prescriptions are just what the doctor ordered Social prescriptions, from fishing to knitting groups, are helping patients back on to the road to recovery – Guardian article http://www.theguardian.com/society/2013/nov/05/social-prescribing-fishing-group-doctor-ordered Use the arts to boost the nation’s health This article details a range of creative ‘social prescription’ initiatives to improve health and wellbeing. A number of examples are referenced (with links); they include the House of Memories in Liverpool for those suffering with dementia, and Health Cornwall which […]

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