Co-Production and Personalisation in Social Care

Changing Relationships in the Provision of Social Care

This book explores the theory and practice of the developing innovative practice of 'co-production' - a model of service in which users of a service will play an active and participatory role in the service provided to them, adopting a working partnership.

Examples of methods and services designed on co-production principles are given by the experienced contributors, including housing initiatives in which the users, rather than professionals, provide support to each other and criminal justice settings in which offenders participate in active restorative justice programmes.

Drawing together key figures in the field of social care, this book is important reading for social care practitioners and service providers wanting to stay up to date on the latest developments in the field , as well as academics, researchers and students.

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Ethics and Social Welfare

Co-Production and Personalisation in Social Care has at its core a focus on the value of working in partnership with service users and treating disabled people with respect and as actors who are involved in co-producing their own situations and futures, rather than as 'problems' and passive recipients of professionally decided servides.

Handicap Info

Drawing together key researchers and practitioners, this book will be essential reading for social care practitioners and service providers, academics, researchers and students.

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Hunter and Ritchie's book Co-Production and Personalisation in Social Care, is an important publication which provides an excellent introduction to co-production in social work... The authors impressed this reader as being experienced, knowledgeable and grounded and a great strength of the book is its practicality.

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