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Yorkshire Group

Hoping to gather a group of practitioners based in Yorkshire
Nov 3, 2012
Adrian Ashton commented on Alan Williams's group Yorkshire Group
"hi Tim - there's already nice model that uses a coproduction philosophy in respect of impact assessments, and that's SROI (Social Return on Investment): one of its key tenants is that people who have been impacted upon should inform the…"
May 22, 2012
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May 22, 2012
Tim Woolliscroft commented on Alan Williams's group Yorkshire Group
"re this thread you might also be interested in joining this group http://coproductionnetwork.com/group/co-producing-health"
May 21, 2012
Tim Woolliscroft commented on Alan Williams's group Yorkshire Group
"I'd be interested in possible collaboration on sharing best practice on evaluation / impact assessment and how to link this effectively to coproduction - any thoughts on this I'd love to hear from you.  Re this I'm particularly…"
May 21, 2012
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Ruth Dineen commented on Alan Williams's group Yorkshire Group
"Aha indeed! Great that we have made contact..."
Feb 16, 2012
Shona Grange commented on Alan Williams's group Yorkshire Group
"Aha Ruth, I am having two conversations with you! Our group is called NOTHY! (Not Over The Hill Yet!) We have a website under construction which will give you some info, but I hope some of our NOTHYs will write some of it as they are sharing…"
Feb 16, 2012
Ruth Dineen commented on Alan Williams's group Yorkshire Group
"Hi Shona Would love to know more about your 50+ co-pro ducks for the Co-production Resource I'm involved in co-producing...is there a website or write-up I could look at? Cheers Ruth"
Feb 16, 2012
Shona Grange commented on Alan Williams's group Yorkshire Group
"Hi All! Seems to have gone quiet...how are you all doing? Our project is engaging people 50+ who have taken to co-production like ducks to water. 27 participants so far this week which is encouraging!"
Feb 16, 2012
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Roz Davies commented on Alan Williams's group Yorkshire Group
"Hi Kate, just noticed your comment about Asset Based Community Development. We are hosting a free event on 14 Nov in Sheffield all about ABCD with Cormac Russell and Jim Diers who I expect you know are renowned in the field. see…"
Nov 1, 2011
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United Response
Sector
Social Care, learning difficulites and mental heath needs
Background to your work
Working on asset based and person centred approaches with vulnerable people and others in local neighbouhood and communities. e.g. http://newsomewardtimebanking.wordpress.com

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What Makes Us Tick the report and blog www.whatmakesustick.org.uk

 www.whatmakesustick.org.uk

 

The purpose of ‘What makes us tick’ was to bring together people who are

passionate about making a difference in the communities they live and work in

and who are open to the new possibilities that can be created when we learn from

each other.

 

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At 5:53 on November 3, 2012, pauline atta said…

Hello Dear,

How is everything with you,I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately.I have something very vital to disclose to you,but I found it difficult to express myself here,since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on(pauline120atta@yahoo.co.th)for the full details.
Have a nice day.

thanks
Pauline Atta.

At 20:46 on September 21, 2011, Ruth Dineen said…

Hi Alan

I'm doing a project on co-production which I hope will result in a practical 'tool-kit' for practitioners. I'd appreciate some input from you! Could you send me your email so that I can email you direct? Many thanks

Ruth (Dineen) ruthdineen@yahoo.com

At 14:40 on September 19, 2011, Janet Pollard said…
Many thanks for this Alan. Timebanking is of real interest to us - we know about the great one you have got goingin Newsome - ours will be focused on a community of interest rather than a geographical community , at least that's the plan. If it's OK, perhaps we could meet up sometime.
At 10:09 on November 1, 2010, Ben Graham said…
This is too much like facebook.
At 9:08 on November 1, 2010, Rich Richardson said…
Excellent - funnily enough, Ian Smith mentioned your name in a different context and was going to give me your contact details.
Would he interested in meeting up to discuss local possibilities
Regards
Rich
 
 
 

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