A network for co-production practitioners
NEF is developing new work on co-produced childcare. Parents do shifts alongside the childcare staff in the classroom, rotating the shifts between themselves. This approach to childcare is well established in Sweden, Canada, the USA and New Zealand and brings benefits to parents, children and childcare staff.
We've written more about it in short-paper here, …Continue
Posted on May 26, 2016 at 14:30
This helpful guide has just been published by Clinks, the organisation that supports voluntary organisations working with offenders and their families. It contains a series of useful practical examples, approaches and tools to use plus a trouble shooting section to help respond to people who may be sceptical to this approach.
Whilst the focus is on criminal justice the information is relevant to many services and settings. …Continue
Posted on May 26, 2016 at 14:00
een given permission to open up our ResearchNet conference to wider networks and wondered if anyone would like to come. The form below has the booking details. It essentially about how lived experience can be used through co-production methods in patient experience to change services here at Oxleas NHS Trust. We have examples from mental health and learning disability (all ages) and its hosted by our lived experience researchers. Do pass this onto anyone who you think would be interested.…Continue
Posted on April 4, 2016 at 21:33 — 1 Comment
NEF is running a series of events demonstrating the role that arts and cultural interventions can play in a range of 'service' areas.
Please check out the links below for more information or contact me directly. Hope to see you there. …
Posted on September 18, 2015 at 15:30