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Co-production can improve people's wellbeing and has a positive impact on the workforce. What is co-production in more detail.
The National Co-production Advisory Group supports TLAP, councils and providers to co-produce their work.
The ladder describes the different steps on the rung of co-production starting with coercion at the bottom.
Explore different approaches, ideas, and experimentation around co-production from the East of England and West Midlands ADASS regions.
Hear about co-production innovations happening at West Midlands ADASS, directly from the people co-producing themselves.
This podcast is a collaboration of people who have lived and breathed co-production in the East of England with ADASS, sharing their experience and learning along the way.
Podcast with practical guidance on how co-production can result in happy staff and happy people.
Podcast on how co-production is key to the delivery of good person-centred care. Yet it is still not widely practiced.
With practical examples and information on further reading, this is a must-have resource for any organisation involved with implementing co-production.
An eight page Easy Read version.
People with lived experience interview directors of adult social services to ask how they are practicing co-production (5 min film)
Find out how to do co-production at the strategic, service and individual level. (13 min film)
Commissioners must introduce co-production from the start if public services are to be developed and shaped with the values and talents of local people.