This week is Co-Production Week, and Fulfilling Lives have produced a special issue magazine with a spotlight on co-production.
Co-production is central to BHT’s work and is at the heart of the Fulfilling Lives programme, which works alongside people with lived experience of multiple disadvantage to make services better connected and easier to access. The programme also provides intensive and tailored support to people with multiple and complex needs, helping the most vulnerable and hard to reach.
This special issue of FLAG magazine explores the concept of co-production, its history and how to do it well! You can read case studies showing how the co-production approach has allowed Fulfilling Lives to meaningfully and genuinely incorporate people with lived experience into service design, development and monitoring. You can also find out more about the Peer Research Network, a dynamic group of volunteers and staff with lived experience of multiple and complex needs who conduct research within the project.