How can the voices of people with lived experience be authentically incorporated into resource and service design?
This episode continues the conversation from part 1, exploring the process of co-design through the case study of Emerging Minds’ practice paper, Supporting children and families: How does co-design invite us to think differently? Child and family partner coordinator, Lydia Trowse is once again joined by co-authors Jason Tyndale (child and family partner), Jackie Amos (psychiatrist), and Rhys Price-Robertson (researcher). Together, they reflect on their experiences and share advice for people looking to integrate co-design into their work with children and families.
In this episode you will learn:
- the value of authentic human relationships [02:00]
- strategies for managing disagreements or conflict [06:02]
- about the need to balance different perspectives [07:00]
- how to balance power [14:05]
- how co-design processes might help families and children more broadly [27:00]
Further information and resources:
Supporting children and families: How does co-design invite us to think differently? – practice paper: https://emergingminds.com.au/resources/supporting-children-and-families-how-does-co-design-invite-us-to-think-differently/