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Professor Edgar Cahn - why we need co-production  

From the launch of the Co-Production Network for Wales
Posted by Good Practice Wales   07/07/2016 Categories: Co-production Catalogue in Wales Time-Banking
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Professor Edgar Cahn, founder of timebanking, addresses the Co-Production Network for Wales on why co-production is so important, what it can do for us, and how Wales is perfectly-placed to reap the benefits of co-pro. read more
 

Time to Meet Because together is better?! 

Seeing is Believing - Co-production Case Studies from Wales
Posted by Good Practice Wales   07/12/2015 Categories: 1000 Lives Plus Co-production Catalogue in Wales Disabilities Social Care Time-Banking
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Time to Meet (T2M) is a social network organised by people with learning disabilities, their friends, families and support staff in Swansea and Neath Port Talbot. It exists to help members build stronger social lives by sharing skills, interests and ... read more
 

NPT Homes 

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Posted by Good Practice Wales   07/12/2015 Categories: 1000 Lives Plus Community Development Co-production Catalogue in Wales Housing Older People
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NPT Homes has been working with tenants to co-design and co-deliver a new support service delivery model for people over the age of 55. The implementation of the revised model will see tenants in the community benefit from a support service... read more
 

Integrated service for older people in Monmouthshire 

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Posted by Good Practice Wales   07/12/2015 Categories: 1000 Lives Plus Co-production Catalogue in Wales Health Older People Social Care
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Monmouthshire County Council and Aneurin Bevan University Health Board (ABuHB) have developed an Integrated Service for Older People focusing on early intervention and proactive health & well-being promotion. The integrated team comprises... read more
 

Maggie’s cancer caring centre, Swansea 

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Posted by Good Practice Wales   07/12/2015 Categories: 1000 Lives Plus Co-production Catalogue in Wales Health
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Maggie’s offers free practical, emotional and social support to people with cancer and their family and friends. Built in the grounds of specialist NHS cancer hospitals, the Centres are social rather than medical spaces, designed to be warm,... read more
 

Carmarthenshire housing services - A Spice time credits approach to engagement and delivery 

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Carmarthenshire County Council Housing Services and Community First clusters have been working with Spice to establish a time bank intended to engage community members, build social networks, and lead to improved outcomes for individuals,... read more
 

The Wallich - Reflect to Perfect group 

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Posted by Good Practice Wales   07/12/2015 Categories: 1000 Lives Plus Co-production Catalogue in Wales Quality Evaluation Social Care
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The Wallich is a supported housing organisation, working with homeless and vulnerable people across Wales. We believe in enhancing the support we offer by providing opportunities for our clients to learn new skills and to influence the service they... read more
 

Cynefin in Cefn Mawr 

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Posted by Good Practice Wales   07/12/2015 Categories: 1000 Lives Plus Community Development Co-production Catalogue in Wales Environment
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Cynefin is a Welsh Government programme which aims to improve the well-being of deprived communities across Wales. Eleven ‘Place Coordinators’ engage with the community, facilitate communication between all stakeholders, and empower the local... read more
 

Gwynedd Council Direct Payments - An asset-based approach 

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Posted by Good Practice Wales   07/12/2015 Categories: 1000 Lives Plus Co-production Catalogue in Wales Direct Payments Social Care
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Take up of Direct Payments in Gwynedd was low, complicated by over 100 pages of policy guidance, an inflexible and inaccessible system, minimal autonomy for either recipients or the social workers who supported them, and a focus on financial... read more
 

Glyncoch Community Regeneration - Community-led services 

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Posted by Good Practice Wales   07/12/2015 Categories: 1000 Lives Plus Community Development Co-production Catalogue in Wales Time-Banking
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The Glyncoch Community Regeneration charity was established by local community members as the vehicle for regeneration in Glyncoch and surrounding areas. It’s a transformational organisation that hosts a Communities First programme, facilitates... read more
 
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