Co-production and community capacity building

Co-production and community capacity building

Co-production essentially describes a relationship between service provider and service user that draws on the knowledge, ability and resources of both to develop solutions to issues that are claimed to be successful, sustainable and cost-effective, changing the balance of power from the professional towards the service user. The approach is used in work with both individuals and communities.
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TEC Programme – Guidance for 2016-2018

December 2015 Resource

This guidance note sets out arrangements for the allocation of the Technology Enabled Care Programme funding over 2016/17 and 2017/18, totalling approximately £20 million – access here: TEC Programme – Guidance for Years 2 and 3 – 04 December 2015 (Final) We are seeking submissions from organisations, working in collaboration with their partners who can […]

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Presentations from Living Well with Frailty Conference: October 2015

November 2015 Resource

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New Falls Prevention & Management Tools

30 September 2015 News

A Scottish conference on Falls Prevention was brought to a standstill today (Wednesday 30 September) when a group of older people performed a flash mob dance to 80s Banarama pop hit “It Ain’t What You Do (Its The Way That You Do It)”. The group, from one of North Lanarkshire Leisure’s Strength and Balance Exercise […]

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Video: Changing Lives, Delivering Success: Turning Ambition into Action

September 2015 Resource

Building on the successful 2014 conference, Scottish Government and a range of partners organised a national Community Planning conference for 2015. The aim of the conference was to share good practice, explore new ideas and identify practical solutions to overcome barriers in tackling the key themes of economic development, tackling inequalities and fostering community empowerment. This video […]

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JIT Annual Report: 2014/2015

August 2015 Resource

Please find the JIT Annual Report for 2014/2015.  If you have any questions regarding the content of the report please contact Gerry Power on  0131 244 2374  

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