All together now E37

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Session on ‘All Together Now’, the ILiS co-production toolkit endorsed by the Cabinet Secretary for Health and Wellbeing and the head of NHS Scotland. It focuses on involving disabled people in equal relationships and power sharing around policy making and service design. Contributed by: Independent Living in Scotland

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  • All together now E37

    1. 1. All Together Now Social Services Expo & Conference E37 – Pentland Room 18th March 2014 11.15 to 12.00
    2. 2. Howdy! Heather Fisken ILiS Project Manager Pam Duncan ILiS Policy Officer”
    3. 3. Today… • What’s the story? • Who’s got all the answers? • Q. so, what IS the answer then? • A: All Together Now!
    4. 4. What’s the story? Quiz
    5. 5. Question 1 Disabled people represent what proportion of Scotland’s population? a. 1 in 10 b. 1 in 20 c. 1 in 15 d. 1 in 5
    6. 6. Answer - Question 1 Disabled people represent what proportion of Scotland’s population? a. 1 in 10 b. 1 in 20 c. 1 in 15 d. 1 in 5 *
    7. 7. Question 2 1 in 50 non-disabled people take part in a civic role e.g. councillor, special police officer etc. How many disabled people do? a. 1 in 100 b. 1 in 70 c. 1 in 40 d. 1 in 10
    8. 8. Answer - Question 2 1 in 50 non-disabled people take part in a civic role e.g. councillor, special police officer etc. How many disabled people do? a. 1 in 100 * b. 1 in 70 c. 1 in 40 d. 1 in 10
    9. 9. Question 3 71% of people in Scotland are in employment, what proportion of disabled people of working age are in employment? a.18% b. 49% c. 51% d. 60%
    10. 10. Answer - Question 3 71% of people in Scotland are in employment, what proportion of disabled people of working age are in employment? a.18% b. 49% * c. 51% d. 60%
    11. 11. Question 4 10% of housing built by all Scottish local authorities must be accessible. a. true b. false
    12. 12. Answer – Question 4 10% of housing built by all Scottish local authorities must be accessible. a. true b. false *
    13. 13. Question 5 A couple, who both use wheelchairs, are at a bus stop, it’s 4am in London, the bus driver leaves 1 of them on their own saying he can only take 1 at a time. Is this illegal? a. Yes b. No
    14. 14. Answer – Question 5 A couple, who both use wheelchairs, are at a bus stop, it’s 4am in London, the bus driver leaves 1 of them on their own saying he can only take 1 at a time. Is this illegal? a. Yes b. No*
    15. 15. What’s the story? About ILiS • Supporting disabled people to have their voices heard • Working for DPOs • Working with others It’s our world too…. It’s our world too About Scotland’s disabled people’s Independent Living Movement
    16. 16. What’s the story? What is independent living? ‘Disabled people of all ages having the same freedom, choice, dignity and control as other citizens at home, at work and in the community. It means rights to practical assistance and support to participate in society and life an ordinary life.’ …it’s not about living independently!
    17. 17. Who’s got all the answers? • Disabled people and DPOs • Disabled People’s allies • Law makers • Policy makers • Service designers • Service providers …and on and on
    18. 18. What IS the answer then? Personalisation • for individuals (or existing groups) • solutions identified and put into action for them • located within health and social care
    19. 19. What IS the answer then? • Co-production • outcome focussed • workable solutions • altruistic solutions for all disabled people • preventative (Christie Commission) • better use of resources • grows capacity for all involved • longevity – as it builds relationships • applicable to all areas of life beyond H&SC
    20. 20. All Together Now
    21. 21. All Together Now A short definition “Co-production is a partnership between citizens and public services to achieve a valued outcome” (New Economics Foundation 2009)
    22. 22. All Together Now What’s needed for coproduction? • Openness - speaking and listening to each other • Respect – for others views and responsibilities • Sharing – aims, expectations, resources, responsibilities and power • Working – together towards those aims • Recognising - and overcoming barriers
    23. 23. What we’ve learned • We don’t always agree! • Don’t get bogged down in process • Do you really share the same goal? • Coproduction needs leaders • Coproduction takes a little longer – but you get a better quality end product • Have ground rules and ‘spot checks’. All Together Now
    24. 24. Visit www.ilis.co.uk to find out more about • Independent living • Equality legislation • Human Rights and UNCRPD • Disabled People’s Organisations • Coproduction Find out more
    25. 25. Let’s talk! • What’s your view? • What’s your experience? • What can you share? • How can we help?

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