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Setting the Scene
Gerry Power
JOINT IMPROVEMENT TEAM
Christie Commission on the Future Delivery
of Public Services 2011
• “… Public Services are build around People and
commun...
CO-PRODUCTION
• Enabling People to influence their own health
and wellbeing by contributing to the design,
delivery and im...
Joint Improvement Team
A strategic improvement partnership between
Scottish Government, CoSLA, NHS
Scotland, the Third Se...
PRESENT
CO-PRODUCTION WITH PEOPLE
AFFECTED BY DEMENTIA IN EAST
DUNBARTONSHIRE
PRESENT
• An initiative of East Dunbartonshire
Council, Governance International and the
Joint Improvement Team
• To Impro...
Project AIMS
• To bring about culture change
• Recognise and build on assets, strengths and
abilities of people affected b...
Project Aims
• Deliver co produced initiatives
• Build a template for others to learn from our
experience for co productio...
PRESENT
• Dementia can have a life-changing effect on
people who are affected by it, as well as those
who care for them
• ...
o
Background
• Demographics
• Dementia Network
• Funding PhD research on
resilience and dementia
• Social Work Champion
• ...
What We Did
• National Advisory Group
Alzheimer’s Scotland
IRISS,
The Social Value Lab
Talking Mats
• An International Cha...
Co Production Star
• Process to deliver local
workshops
• Connecting with people
• Building on existing assets
PRESENT
PRESENT
• Connecting with people
• Who we invited
• Building on existing assets
• Identified opportunities
Issues
• Need to redesign services to support the
increasing number of people affected by
dementia
• Engaging and involvin...
Solutions
• Need to keep talking
• Co production cafes
• Continue to form innovative partnerships
Distinctive principles of coproduction
• Service users and staff are active
contributors bringing together their skills
an...
BE PRESENT
• How Can You Benefit from PRESENT?
• A toolkit for delivering co-production at a
personal, community and organ...
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Co-production is essential in meeting citizen expectations, responding to demographic developments and making better use of personal and social assets at a time of pressure on public budgets. East Dunbartonshire partners are working with people with dementia, their carers and the local community, as well as service providers and commissioners to explore innovative co-production approaches for improved wellbeing. The project seeks to facilitate radical culture change across traditional boundaries. Contributed by: Joint Improvement Team & Paula Brown – East Dunbartonshire Council

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  1. 1. Setting the Scene Gerry Power JOINT IMPROVEMENT TEAM
  2. 2. Christie Commission on the Future Delivery of Public Services 2011 • “… Public Services are build around People and communities, their needs, aspirations, capacities and skills …” • “… when empowered to direct their own support, families effectively combine state resources around their own natural supports to create truly personal support …”
  3. 3. CO-PRODUCTION • Enabling People to influence their own health and wellbeing by contributing to the design, delivery and improvement of services … by harnessing the mutual strengths, capacities and potential of people, communities, organisations and sectors working in partnership to make better use of each others assets in order to achieve positive change.
  4. 4. Joint Improvement Team A strategic improvement partnership between Scottish Government, CoSLA, NHS Scotland, the Third Sector, Independent Sector and Housing Sector. Supports local partnerships drive radical improvements in how services are redesigned and delivered for the people of Scotland.
  5. 5. PRESENT CO-PRODUCTION WITH PEOPLE AFFECTED BY DEMENTIA IN EAST DUNBARTONSHIRE
  6. 6. PRESENT • An initiative of East Dunbartonshire Council, Governance International and the Joint Improvement Team • To Improve the quality of life of people affected by dementia • Is co production possible with people who have dementia? • Pilot project funded by Change Fund to explore this
  7. 7. Project AIMS • To bring about culture change • Recognise and build on assets, strengths and abilities of people affected by dementia (which includes carers, families and friends of people with dementia) • To shift financial and human resources in public services towards more enabling ways of working with people affected by dementia
  8. 8. Project Aims • Deliver co produced initiatives • Build a template for others to learn from our experience for co production at a personal, community and organisational level • International Dementia Co-production Exchange
  9. 9. PRESENT • Dementia can have a life-changing effect on people who are affected by it, as well as those who care for them • Much can be done that makes a real difference • People with dementia are the experts in their own lives
  10. 10. o Background • Demographics • Dementia Network • Funding PhD research on resilience and dementia • Social Work Champion • Strong Network of Dementia Ambassadors • Co production as the context to deliver the pillars of support
  11. 11. What We Did • National Advisory Group Alzheimer’s Scotland IRISS, The Social Value Lab Talking Mats • An International Champions Network with public service professionals, academics and ‘experts by experience’ feeds good practice case studies, their own experiences and their views into the project
  12. 12. Co Production Star • Process to deliver local workshops • Connecting with people • Building on existing assets
  13. 13. PRESENT
  14. 14. PRESENT • Connecting with people • Who we invited • Building on existing assets • Identified opportunities
  15. 15. Issues • Need to redesign services to support the increasing number of people affected by dementia • Engaging and involving people with dementia and their families and carers as equal partners throughout their journey • Nurturing dementia enabled and dementia friendly communities
  16. 16. Solutions • Need to keep talking • Co production cafes • Continue to form innovative partnerships
  17. 17. Distinctive principles of coproduction • Service users and staff are active contributors bringing together their skills and expertise • Collaboration – ‘doing with’, not ‘doing to’ • Achieving outcomes, not just delivering services
  18. 18. BE PRESENT • How Can You Benefit from PRESENT? • A toolkit for delivering co-production at a personal, community and organisational level Contact us • Email: julie.christie@eastdunbarton.gov.uk paula.brown@eastdunbarton.gov.uk gerry.power@scotland.gsi.gov.uk
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