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jodie allen-cawley

If we don’t see each person in the world as an individual, we risk grouping people together – and miss each person’s unique likes, dislikes, desires, needs, problems, dreams and goals.

That’s why co-production is so important – and why Jodie Allen-Cawley, Lifeways’
Group Lead Quality Manager, and her team are devoted to the task of ensuring all support is personalised to each individual.

In this article, Jodie explores:

  • Statements you’ll hear when co-production is not being practiced

  • The negative scenario of what she calls ‘serviceland’

  • Social care today versus the 1980s

  • The importance of listening

Read the whole article in Autism Eye (4 minute read).


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