Cheshire West and Chester Children's Trust recognise the importance of working together in an equal partnership, by working in this way we aim to achieve the best possible outcomes for children and families in our area.
The co-production strategy gives us all a clear understanding of what co-production actually means. We expect professionals to evaluate their services using the self-evaluation tool and to complete when beginning any new projects.
We will be looking to monitor, review and share good practice and address poor practice via the Special Educational Needs and Disability Strategy Group. The Special Educational Needs and Disability Strategy Group consists of representatives from Education, Social Care, Health, Parent Carer Forum, Commissioners and other Local Authority partners.
This co-production strategy has been developed so that everyone in the local area:
- understands what co-production means, why it is important and what difference it will make
To view the co-production strategy please click here.
This Self-assessment Tool is about how well you are doing with ‘co-production’.
Co-production is the highest rung on the participation ladder. This Self-assessment Tool helps all participants to think about how well you are working towards some
key ideas of co-production: Equal Partners; Recognising people as assets;
Communities helping themselves to improve services.
To view the self-assessment tool please click here.