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Co-production survey: 2/3 say they don’t have a say in social care

Almost two-thirds of people don’t feel like they have a say in how their social care services work

A new survey finds that almost two-thirds of people who access social care and support services, or care for those who do, feel that they don’t get a say in how these services work. This comes as part of a report launched in National Co-production Week by the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE), which gives a picture of attitudes in the social care sector towards co-production. Co-production is about developing more equal partnerships between people who use services, carers and professionals.

 

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A new survey finds that almost two-thirds of people who access social care and support services, or care for those who do, feel that they don’t get a say in how these services work. This comes as part of a report launched in National Co-production Week by the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE), which gives a picture of attitudes in the social care sector towards co-production. Co-production is about developing more equal partnerships between people who use services, carers and professionals.

 

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