I work freelance with charities focusing on innovation and creativity. I have run large scale client consultation events which have had an almost 30% client participation, but am very interested in taking this to the next level i.e. from consultation to co-production.
I am also someone who has lived in a co-produced therapeutic community, as a 'patient', and know it changed my life for the better!
Please feel free to say hi, it would be great to get to know some people in this network.
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hello and welcome to the co-production practitioners network Debs, thanks for joining us!
The practitioners network is supported bynefbut all content is developed by members, for members. There's over 600 of us now from a wide range of backgrounds. To make the most of this fantastic resource, and in the spirit of co-production, do give others the chance to get involved by asking them to help you or sharing what you know with others.
Some of the following areas are good starting points;
Network groups– join your regional group for face to face and online contacts close to home. There is a strong London network. There's also a growing number of housing providers getting involved, perhaps you'd think about setting up a housing network group?
Resourcesand Videos bring co-production to life - add your own and view others.
The Blog carries the latest news, debate and opportunities for co-production practitioners. See what’s going on, add in your own comments or start a new thread.
It would really help to know how you heard about the network and what motivated you to join. Please let me know firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, please share the details of the network with colleagues or contacts you think would be interested.