Department of Health “The Department of Health launched the Co-Production Guide for Northern Ireland, “Connecting and Realising Value Through People” on the 31st August 2018. This practical Guide to support the application of a Co-Production approach across our health and social care system was developed as part of the Department’s programme of work to transform health and social care provision as envisaged in “Delivering Together 2026”. Developed using a system wide partnership approach, the Guide provides underpinning […]
Category: 06. Co-design and co-delivery
Co-producing in practice at service design and delivery stages
A short piece providing examples of Co-Production in a variety of settings and examining the emerging themes from the cases examined.
‘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) […]
A good tool in relation to co-design for individuals. The book is available to purchase using the link below: Person Centred Planning Together
Melika Powell is a Research and Development Officer for Research in Practice for Adults. She writes about what co-production is, when participation becomes co-production, and working with carers: “Involving people in the design, delivery and ongoing development of services is important on an ethical and emotional level, as it can support those involved to develop their skills and promote their wellbeing. In addition it can improve services and has also been shown to contribute towards efficiencies […]
From the Co-production Scotland Network: Published in 2015, ‘Co-production – how we make a difference together’ is a suite of resources – videos, case studies and information to help spread understanding of co-production. It gives examples of the different ways in which co-production approaches can be used, but more than this, it draws together the principles of co-production and the practicalities of working in this way. This resource has been developed by the Scottish Co-production Network, the Joint […]
A paper by Valerie Carr focused on co-designing with people with different learning styles and abilities. http://www.servdes.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/23.pdf
Story heard from Tracy Bodle in Kirklees (apologies for any erroneous transcription, all my own!): At an allotment group set up to support people with mental health issues as part of their recovery journey: a man joined them who was in a difficult place and felt he had nothing to contribute, all he could do was turn up. He sat on a bench and smoked. The other people in the group tried to get him involved […]
The Co-production Network for Wales and Tai Pawb ran a joint project in 2018 looking at tenant involvement on boards and governance of Registered Social Landlords. Here is the infographic summarising the findings. Click the image to open the pdf in a new window.
Collated by Co-production Network for Wales for Social Care Wales Download it from the Social Care Wales website here. This resource is collated from the talks and workshops at the Building Care and Support Together series of workshops organised by the Co-production Network for Wales and Social Care Wales. This booklet is designed to help you do more and better co-production within your role. We all want to do things better and differently but can […]