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Webinar: Co-production Week 2021

A Webinar from the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) Have I got co-production news for you For Co-production Week 2021 SCIE are bringing back ‘Have I got co-production news for you’. It’s a webinar that will answer all of the questions you’ve got about co-production, including: Has COVID-19 held co-production back from happening? How much work is needed before co-production becomes widespread? What are the top three things you need for co-production to work properly? An expert panel made…


WorkReady resource 5 – Writing a job application – an easy-read guide

Introducing #WorkReady – a collaborative project between Ace Anglia, Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust and Thinklusive. Together with people with a learning disability and / or autism, we co-produced easy-read resources to encourage people with a learning disability into work. You can download Writing a job application – an easy-read guide by clicking the link below.


Family carer events

Are you a family carer in Suffolk? Find out how carer experiences are helping Suffolk County Council decide what happens next, following the family carer survey in 2018. Join us in one of three locations in April and May. Full details coming soon. Dates for your diary: West Suffolk: 2nd April, 10-11:30, Elmswell Waveney/Lowestoft: 25th April, 1:30 – 3:00, Lowestoft Ipswich & East Suffolk: 1st May, 1:30 – 3:00, Kesgrave GP’s practitioners, carer support organisations and charities welcome too.


Partnership meetings in 2019

The partnership is keen to work with providers and services in co-producing some of the principles under the Learning Disability Strategy 2015-20. The partnership is keen to engage with people and their support providers to listen to issues and to work together to bring about service and culture development. Therefore, next year’s Partnership Board meetings will be hosted at providers across Suffolk. The partnership will also be looking for hosts for some of the smaller partnership meetings next year, in…


Getting Things Changed (Tackling Disabling Practices: Co-production and Change)

Getting Things Changed was a 3 year research programme funded by the ESRC (Economic and Social Research Council) The project started in April 2015 and finished in May 2018. The research • ‘Getting Things Changed’ was a large programme of research in Disability Studies. It was led by a team at the University of Bristol, with Disability Rights UK, the National Development Team for Inclusion and partners in 3 other universities. • The research was fuelled by concerns that policy…


Joint Workstream meeting

The second Joint Workstream meeting of 2018 took place on the 3rd April. Joint Workstream meetings are an opportunity for the Workstream members to meet, update others on their work and co-produce work moving forward. If you are interested in joining a Workstream please e-mail: hello@suffolkordinarylives.co.uk Please see the presentation from the meeting here Please see the Minutes from the meeting here

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