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TLAP's ladder of co-production describes a series of steps towards co-production in health and social care.
Co-production in health and social care is key to the delivery of good person-centred care. Yet it is still not widely practiced.
How do you create the right conditions for co-production and start doing it?
How constructive risk taking, respectful relationships and a sense of reciprocity characterised a positive response to the Covid-19 pandemic
The term co-production refers to a way of working, whereby everybody works together on an equal basis to create a service or come to a decision which works for them all.
Having conversations as part of assessments with people who need care and support, rather than following a standard form, can help you commission local services that people want and need.