New campaign to encourage co-production in the capital

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New campaign to encourage co-production in the capital

Local authorities and organisations are being encouraged to make a commitment which could improve the lives of people with disabilities. The Social Care Institute for excellence is running a campaign promoting the practice of Co-production. Pete Fleischmann who works on this for the charity, and Tara Flood is from the Hammersmith and Fulham Disabled People's Commission - which was set up to help the council achieve co-production in the borough joined Anthony Baxter. 

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