Welcome to Let’s Go with Co-Pro
– a resource to help you get going with co-production
Co-production is a collaborative problem-solving exercise, just like any bit of good teamwork – and in each project or piece of work, the journey will look different. Because of this - and because good co-production is so much about how we behave, how we create the right environment, and build positive relationships - it is impossible to create a definitive step-by-step guide. There are, however, resources that can support you through much of the process, such as those available on this site.
Doing co-production well
Understanding co-production is half the battle – people also need to be equipped to get going. This short animation introduces the main components that are needed to create an effective ‘hive’ (conditions) for co-production.
We are all in this together
The tools and templates available here are free to use. They have been co-produced by Experts by Experience - service users and carers – who are part of Hampshire’s Personalisation Expert Panel (PEP) and members of Hampshire County Council’s Adults’ Health and Care Department – to see who was involved and read their thoughts on the process, click the image below.
In creating these resources, we have sought to draw on the wisdom and work of others, including Oxfordshire County Council’s Co-production programme and handbook.
Co-production in Hampshire
Hampshire has a strong history of co-producing adult health and social care services with a wide range of Experts by Experience, people who use services and their carers. Click on the tiles to learn more about our main co-production forums.
Share case studies
To share your good practice examples of co-production in action, please complete this short survey.
If you’re interested in hearing about opportunities to co-produce with Hampshire County Council, please fill in this interest register.