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Elke Loeffler
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Elke Loeffler commented on james oflynn's blog post Co-Production Practitioners Network East Midlands
"Hi James, as Keith already suggested you are more than welcome to attend the next meeting of the West Midlands Network at The Welcome Centre, Parkside, Coventry CV1 2HG  (click here to see map) on 12 January 2012 (9.30AM-1PM). The programme is…"
Dec 17, 2011
Elke Loeffler left a comment for Hugh Flouch
"Congratulations to you and Kevin for the highly successful Networked Neighbourhoods event hosted by Capital Ambition on 30 November. Well done! The Online neighbourhood networks study is a must-read for every member of the co-production network!…"
Dec 2, 2010
Elke Loeffler and Hugh Flouch are now friends
Dec 2, 2010
Ben Graham left a comment for Elke Loeffler
"Hi Elke. Thanks for the comment. You're quite right. Personalisation is an important step. I suppose my point is that, ultimately, a person can't pay someone else to care about them - care is an emotion and a quality of relationships,…"
Nov 15, 2010
Elke Loeffler left a comment for Ben Graham
"Love your blog but do not agree with your damming view of personal budgets. Clearly, not an approach which works for everyone but there is evidence that trusting people with disabilities that THEY know what is best for them is much better than…"
Nov 10, 2010
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May 4, 2010
Elke Loeffler replied to John Gillespie's discussion Any evidenced examples of better value from co-productive approaches?
"Hi John, Excellent question - we clearly need more thorough business cases for co-production. Just to add to Julia’s examples: evaluations of the UK Expert Patients Programme for patients with chronic conditions (probably the most famous…"
May 4, 2010
Elke Loeffler posted an event

Getting More for Less: Co-producing Public Services with Communities and Service Users at Austin Court

June 15, 2010 from 10am to 1pm
The workshop will give you a clear idea of what co-production is and how it has been used in innovative case studies to bring savings and service improvements. There will be plenty of opportunities to share your views with us and with colleagues. By the end of the workshop you will have gained new insights into how to fit approaches of co-production to your organisation and partnerships.All participants will be given the opportunity to do a brief co-production assessment of their organisation…See More
Apr 29, 2010
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Apr 29, 2010

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At 10:39 on November 15, 2010, Ben Graham said…
Hi Elke. Thanks for the comment. You're quite right. Personalisation is an important step. I suppose my point is that, ultimately, a person can't pay someone else to care about them - care is an emotion and a quality of relationships, rather than something that can be bought as part of a fiscal transaction. You can pay someone to offer you specific support, but you can't buy friends and you can't buy reciprocal relationships in which you are an equal partner (you can't buy moral agency/emancipation). Personalisation must not be touted as a 'solution' to the problem of exclusion. Can I add your comment to the blog? I think we need to add a comments section to it!!
 
 
 

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