Participation: its impact on services and the people who use them

Iriss, January 2019

This report finds that projects and services which use co-production methods, such as co-delivery of services, are positive and beneficial to service users.  However, the report also finds that there is a need for more evidence on costs savings, social return on investment and impact on health and wellbeing, developed and delivered through participation.

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Paying people who use services and carers who receive benefits and take part in involvement, participation and co-production

Social Care Institute for Excellence, May 2015

This At a glance briefing looks at benefit changes that can make it easier for people who use services and carers to get involved in paid co-production/participation in health and social care.

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