Welsh Government urged to embrace co-production as effective response to public sector crisis

Posted in: News on April 30, 2013

Imagine if all care homes were lively, loving places where people could have choice and autonomy in their everyday lives. How about young people solving the anti-social behaviour and generational conflict issues in their own neighbourhoods? Or high school pupils working with the NSPCC to raise awareness of domestic and sexual violence. Or mental health patients collecting stories from their peers as ‘experts by experience’ to improve the service they receive… Imagine ordinary people contributing to making public services work - in ways that help them live their own lives, in ways that matter to them...........To read more go to the PDF below


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