How can co-production support the Early Years?

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Learning event hosted by Dundee Integrated Children’s Services and the Scottish Co-production Network

Friday 28th March, 11am- 3pm 
Mitchell Street Centre, Mitchell Street, Dundee, DD2 2LJ

Across Scotland, partners from community planning, social services, health, education, police, the third sector and community organisations, are working together to ensure that every baby, child, mother, father and family in Scotland has access to the best supports available to them. The world's first national multi-agency quality improvement programme, The Early Years Collaborative, aims to take the high level principles set out in GIRFEC and the Early Years Framework into practical action.

So how can co-production support those working at a local level in improving outcomes and reducing inequalities for Scotland’s families?  This event will explore how families and communities can be supported in shaping services and influencing change at a local level.

Co-hosted by the Dundee Integrated Children’s Services and with practical examples from across Scotland, the event will be an opportunity for practitioners and people accessing services to come together to learn from one another.

The event will take place from 11-3pm, and include a networking lunch. Delegates are welcome to bring information to share with others.

Places are limited, so to register your interest, please complete the registration form below and you will be notified if you have been successful in securing a place. A programme and travel directions will be sent on confirmation of your place. 

For any enquiries contact sam.jordan@scdc.org.uk