Co-production – the way forward for our youth

By Kate Pieroudis | 05 December 2018

Kate Pieroudis outlines how the Social Care Institute for Excellence is developing a plan to make co-production more recognisable in services for children and young people – and to spread good practice

W hen our former chair, Lord Bichard, opened proceedings at the House of Lords this time last year, he was at pains to point out that he wasn’t launching a new report. At the parliamentary event he wanted to hand over to a young person who had contributed a great deal by being on an expert working group which informed the report. So that young person was the one who launched the report.

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