Who we are
The National Co-production Advisory Group (NCAG) is a team made up of the following people:
- people who use services
- experts by experience
We are committed to making sure that personalised services and support based in the community become a reality for everyone.
Group members also belong to different networks, both voluntary and organisational, which enriches the experience and knowledge we share with the group.
Using our skills and expertise, we offer organisations information on how to co-produce, co-design and co-operate. We also challenge organisations to work in a way that reflects what matters most to people.
At the forefront of NCAG's work are Equality, Access and Fairness. As individuals we bring determination, passion, team work, respect and pride into our work supporting co-production.
What we do
Our role is to influence health and social care policy at national, regional and local level.
We work with the Think Local Act Personal (TLAP) Partnership to make sure that the programme is fully co-produced with people who use services, carers and citizens.
We have regular meetings every few months to develop action plans, check on progress and share information.
What does the structure look like?