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Home Care in England: a King’s Fund Review (King’s Fund)

Summary A King’s Fund report investigates problems in the commissioning of adult social care with a focus on home care. Issues under consideration include: Recruitment and retention of home care staff. Reductions in fees paid for council commissioned home care. … Continue reading

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Co-Production in Adult Social Care (SCIE)

Summary Co-production promises to make an important contribution towards solving the many challenges facing social care, including pressures to improve: (i) the cost-effectiveness of services, (ii) user and carer experience, (iii) community capacity and (iv) better integration of health and care. This … Continue reading

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People Powered Health: Co-Production Catalogue (NESTA)

Summary This document catalogues examples of collaborative public services in action, looking particularly at those involved in health and social care. NESTA believe that co-production is potentially transformative; because it involves “re-framing the problem and re-establishing relationships to enable more … Continue reading

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