Fulfilling Lives LSL recently piloted an appreciative inquiry model to bring together practitioners and people with lived experience to co-design a gender-informed drug and alcohol service.
In it’s most simple terms, co-production means working together to find a solution, make a change or improve something.
‘Appreciative focuses on what is working rather than what is not working and leads to people co-designing their futures.’
The aim of this report is to explore the success of using the
appreciative inquiry model in co-production and to share our learning.