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Adult Health and Social Care Forum

Wednesday 29 January

Cambridge House

Understanding Coproduction

  • Andy Boaden, CAS

What is co-production?

“Co-production means delivering public services in an equal and reciprocal relationship between professionals, people using services, their families and their neighbours. Where activities are co-produced in this way, both services and neighbourhoods become far more effective agents of change.”

NESTA, Coproduction Catalogue

What’s being done about it?

  • Adult Social Care review of the way the Council, service providers and service users work together to design and deliver services

  • CAS to give VCS perspective of current working relationships & recommend how these could develop

What did we do?

  • 150 organisations surveyed

  • 33 survey responses

  • 10 organisations interviewed

  • Report submitted to Southwark Adult Social Care


  • 93% of orgs work with Adult Social Care, most commonly to identify need.

  • ~50% of orgs agreed that ASC engage at the right time & on the important things

  • Only 33% agreed enough time given to contribute and whether the contributions were used effectively

  • More flexible engagement & resources to work with minority communities

  • Appetite for VCS to do more!

Findings (cont)

  • ASC communications fair to good on relevance, timing & clarity

  • CAS bulletins & forums & ASC stakeholder events most common way to keep up with developments

  • VCS need voice at strategic level but efficacy of the strategic partnership boards questions

What would ideal relationship with ASC look like?

  • Engaged at the earliest possible stage

  • Joint long term vision for design and delivery of social care services.

  • Open, transparent and accountable.

  • VCS representation should be reflective of the diversity of local communities

  • Investment in developing providers, networks, innovation & collaboration

  • Greater integration

Setting the foundations for coproduction

  • The Health and Wellbeing Board should endorse coproduction

  • CAS & Adult Social Care to explore how to make communications fuller, more structured and cohesive

  • Engagement work to be conducted around themes rather than client groups

Extending reach and improving integration

  • Supporting and developing established networks and community groups

  • More joint ASC/Clinical Commissioning Group engagement work and commissioning.

Developing co-productive practices in the VCS

  • Training for organisations to co-produce with their service users

  • The Innovation Fund

Next steps

  • Adult Social Care Senior Management to review report & recommendations

  • Inform ASC coproduction strategy

  • CAS to monitor progress and report back via health and social care network

  • Questions?

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