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Title Co-production and personalisation in social care : changing relationships in the provision of social care / edited by Susan Hunter and Pete Ritchie.
Imprint London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2007.

Series Research highlights in social work ; 49
Research highlights in social work ; 49.
Subject Social service -- Citizen participation.
Social planning -- Citizen participation.
Alt Name Hunter, Susan.
Ritchie, Pete.
Description 1 online resource (167 pages).
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction: with, not to: models of co-production in social welfare / Susan Hunter and Pete Ritchie -- It's about more than the money: local area coordination supporting people with disabilities / Eddie Bartnik and Ron Chalmers -- Co-production through encouragement: the Braveheart Project / James Mulholland -- Co-production in supported housing: KeyRing living support networks and neighbourhood networks / Carl Poll -- Co-production: support for self-employment / Jane Pagler -- Family group conferencing and 'partnership' / James Cox -- Person-centred planning as co-production / Steve Coulson -- Restoring 'stakeholder' involvement in justice / Bill Whyte -- Recovery in psychosis: moments and levels of collaboration / Kristjana Kristiansen.
Summary Co-Production is a model of practice in which service providers work with service users in the provision of social care services - in effect, a working partnership. This book explores the theory and practice of this developing innovative practice in social work and related fields. Examples of methods and services designed on co-production principles are given by the experienced contributors, including housing initiatives where the users, rather than professionals, provide support to each other, the development of local area co-ordination as a service response to dilemmas of geography, and whet.
ISBN 9781843105589 (pbk.)
1843105586 (pbk.)
9781846427213 (ebook)
1846427215 (ebook)
OCLC # 315875994
Additional Format Print version: Co-production and personalisation in social care. London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2007 9781843105589 1843105586 (OCoLC)159680704

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