Would you like to change how you involve service users in your work, but aren’t sure where to start? Or do you have an innovative approach that you’d like to share?
Involving people and families with lived experience in designing and delivering services is key to the difference we can make in the lives of people in contact with the criminal justice system.
At this meeting of our service user involvement managers’ network, you can hear from a diverse range of organisations working with people in contact with the criminal justice system, who have successfully introduced service user involvement into the heart of their work, and from ‘experts by experience’ who are now helping to shape the services that they use, for the benefit of others.
There will be the opportunity to get practical advice, as well as opportunities to discuss the challenges you face and how to take the next steps in embedding service user involvement into your work.
Clinks’ State of the sector research shows that 67% of organisations consult service users on the design and the delivery of their services, and 37% have a service user forum, panel or council to facilitate engagement.
This event will equip you to make meaningful service user involvement a reality at your organisation.
The network is aimed at practitioners managing service user involvement in their organisation, and those looking to begin or improve the way they engage their service users.
Lunch will be provided from 1pm and refreshments are also provided.