FEAST ON GOOD // GATHER
04.30.14
PRESENTATION BY:
SATSUKO VANANTWERP
STRENGTHENING COMMUNITY
THROUGH CO-PRODUCTION
AWESOME
HAIRCUTS
& COPROD
BOTH OF YOU CONTRIBUTE //
OUTCOMES TAILORED TO YOUR
NEEDS //
FEEL HEARD & EMPOWERED //
CO-PRODUCTION
an approach to public services
where both “experts” and “customers”
must work together for the service to wo...
in order to…
STRENGTHEN WELLBEING
AND THE SOCIAL FABRIC
WITHIN COMMUNITIES
⇓	
  	
   	
   	
  &	
  	
  	
  	
   	
  ⇑	
  
TOP DOWN
BOTTOM UP
TRAINING
and THEORY
LIVED
EXPERIENCE
COERCING
CONSULTING
INFORMING
EDUCATING
ENGAGING
CO-DESIGNING
CO-PRODUCING
DOINGTODOINGFORDOINGWITH
LADDER OF PARTICIPATIO...
⇓	
  	
   	
   	
  &	
  	
  	
  	
   	
  ⇑	
  
“EXPERTS”
MUST LET GO OF
SOME POWER
AND CONTROL
“CUSTOMERS” SHIFT
FROM PASS...
FREDERICIA MODEL
IMAGE c/o MINDLAB
“WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE
TO BE ABLE TO DO AGAIN?”
OTHER EXAMPLES
MEREVALE HOUSE (UK)
LOTTE HOUSE (DK)
BABA YAGA’S HOUSE (FR & CA)
TYZE NETWORK (CA)
FUREAI KIPPU / CARING RE...
GOVERNMENTS: SAVE MONEY, BOTH
IMMEDIATELY & PREVENTATIVELY
CITIZENS: SERVICES ARE RESPONSIVE TO NEEDS,
BETTER OUTCOMES, EM...
FAQ
WHEN DOES IT WORK?
IS THIS INNOVATIVE?
DOWNLOADING ON COMMUNITIES?
WHAT ABOUT MY JOB?
HOW DOES IT DIFFER FROM
COLLABOR...
THANK YOU!
thinkthrice.ca/coproduction
satsuko@sigeneration.ca
@sats_ko
APPENDIX
FUREAI KIPPU
KOBE
TOKYO
“THE NATURE OF THE
RELATIONSHIP IS DIFFERENT”
MEREVALE HOUSE
“WE SEE THE PERSON,
NOT THE DEMENTIA”
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Feast on Good // Co-production to strengthen community resilience

  1. 1. FEAST ON GOOD // GATHER 04.30.14 PRESENTATION BY: SATSUKO VANANTWERP STRENGTHENING COMMUNITY THROUGH CO-PRODUCTION
  2. 2. AWESOME HAIRCUTS & COPROD
  3. 3. BOTH OF YOU CONTRIBUTE // OUTCOMES TAILORED TO YOUR NEEDS // FEEL HEARD & EMPOWERED //
  4. 4. CO-PRODUCTION an approach to public services where both “experts” and “customers” must work together for the service to work
  5. 5. in order to… STRENGTHEN WELLBEING AND THE SOCIAL FABRIC WITHIN COMMUNITIES
  6. 6. ⇓        &          ⇑   TOP DOWN BOTTOM UP TRAINING and THEORY LIVED EXPERIENCE
  7. 7. COERCING CONSULTING INFORMING EDUCATING ENGAGING CO-DESIGNING CO-PRODUCING DOINGTODOINGFORDOINGWITH LADDER OF PARTICIPATION SOURCE: NEW ECONOMICS FOUNDATION
  8. 8. ⇓        &          ⇑   “EXPERTS” MUST LET GO OF SOME POWER AND CONTROL “CUSTOMERS” SHIFT FROM PASSIVE RECIPIENT TO ACTIVE PARTICIPANT TOP DOWN BOTTOM UP
  9. 9. FREDERICIA MODEL
  10. 10. IMAGE c/o MINDLAB
  11. 11. “WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE ABLE TO DO AGAIN?”
  12. 12. OTHER EXAMPLES MEREVALE HOUSE (UK) LOTTE HOUSE (DK) BABA YAGA’S HOUSE (FR & CA) TYZE NETWORK (CA) FUREAI KIPPU / CARING RELATIONSHIP TICKETS (JP) TIMEBANKS & CARE BANKS (UK & US)
  13. 13. GOVERNMENTS: SAVE MONEY, BOTH IMMEDIATELY & PREVENTATIVELY CITIZENS: SERVICES ARE RESPONSIVE TO NEEDS, BETTER OUTCOMES, EMPOWERING SERVICE PROVIDERS: ENABLED TO DO MORE OF WHAT YOU WERE TRAINED TO DO
  14. 14. FAQ WHEN DOES IT WORK? IS THIS INNOVATIVE? DOWNLOADING ON COMMUNITIES? WHAT ABOUT MY JOB? HOW DOES IT DIFFER FROM COLLABORATIVE CONSUMPTION?
  15. 15. THANK YOU! thinkthrice.ca/coproduction satsuko@sigeneration.ca @sats_ko
  16. 16. APPENDIX
  17. 17. FUREAI KIPPU KOBE TOKYO
  18. 18. “THE NATURE OF THE RELATIONSHIP IS DIFFERENT”
  19. 19. MEREVALE HOUSE
  20. 20. “WE SEE THE PERSON, NOT THE DEMENTIA”
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