23rd July 2018 at 10:29 am #6996
Find out more about when professionals and citizens share power to design, plan, and deliver support together, recognising that both partners have vital contributions to make to improve quality of life for people and communities.
How to attend the webinar
You will be sent an invite to your email address from Nicola Berry. Follow the instructions from the email to attend. If you have any issues, please email nicola.berry[at]locality.org.uk
1st August 2018 at 11:35 am #7017
Ahead of the co-production webinar there a few short films you can watch to get you thinking about what co-production is and how it relates to your work. If you only have time for one, take a look at the parable of the Blobs and the Squares.
The Parable of the Blobs and the Squares
https://vimeo.com/42332617 (6 mins)
Co-production principles and some practical examples
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vugLEaEcBR0 (3min 20secs)
Co-production from a commissioner in Leeds perspective (6 mins)
https://www.rip.org.uk/resources/webinar-recordings/engaging-communities-building-social-capital-changing-the-relationship-between-state-and-citizen/ – scroll down the page to the video
Stories of co-production (7 mins) Practical examples from a range of settings.
3rd August 2018 at 8:52 am #7021
Here is the link to the webinar:
29th August 2018 at 4:12 pm #7048
29th August 2018 at 4:22 pm #7050
Within the slides I referenced a few different organisations. There’s a bit more information about them below. Do get in touch with examples of your own or any questions.
Family by Family – co-produced family support and intervention
Holy Cross Centre Trust (HCCT) – co-produced mental health and wellbeing
Grasshoppers in the Park – co-produced childcare
Neva Goodwin and the Core Economy
29th August 2018 at 4:35 pm #7051
There’s also more resources here which may be particularly useful for commissioners and those involved with commissioned services
And this for people interested in co-production and the Care Act
There’s also an online network of co-production practitioners with over 1,200 members mostly from the UK but also from overseas. It’s free and you can join here,
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