A toolkit on co-production for disabled people and their organisations
Alex Neil MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Health and Wellbeing said of the toolkit –
When service providers and service users work together, good things can happen. Written by disabled service users, in an easy and accessible format, the ‘All Together Better’ toolkit offers excellent practical guidance on how to get it right. Whether you call it coproduction or common sense, this toolkit points the way and will help everyone involved to ensure that engagement is meaningful and productive and recognises that everyone is equal and can add value to the process and the outcome.
Independent Living in Scotland project 2012