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CRUK reward and recognition policy

Uploaded: 3rd April 2018 | Topic: Policies to support service user involvement

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

Gemma Altinger has shared this, but asks that THIS IS NOT SHARED. Please contact Gemma at CRUK if you want to share this policy. Gemma says that they will be doing more work around what CRUK's responsibilities will be with payments for people on benefits so the attached will be updated. She'll keep the SLG posted.

Sue Ryder Care’s user involvement policy

Uploaded: 14th October 2013 | Topic: Policies to support service user involvement

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

The aim of this policy is to ensure that service users are at the heart of decision making in Sue Ryder by influencing, delivering and reviewing the Strategy for involvement of people who access services.
Please note that this policy is for use by members only. If you would like to share it more widely please contact Angela Killip at Sue Ryder.

Sue Ryder Care’s user involvement charter

Uploaded: 14th January 2013 | Topic: Policies to support service user involvement

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

This charter provides guidance for anyone who wants to
get involved. It emphasises the importance Sue Ryder places on
confidentiality and safety as well as openness and mutual
respect. It lets service users know how they can take part, sets out
what the organisation expects, and outliens the support available.
Please note this document is for use by members only - if you'd like to share it more widely please contact Angela Killip from Sue Ryder.

Mind’s draft policy on payment for involvement

Uploaded: 6th November 2012 | Topic: Policies to support service user involvement

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

This policy explains when Mind does and doesn't pay for involvement, and why. It outlines the rates paid and provides a template for people to use to invoice for their time. It is written primarily as a guide for employees of Mind.

Please note this document is for use by Shared Learning Group members only

Supporting service users to get involved outside your own organisation

Uploaded: 11th May 2010 | Topic: Policies to support service user involvement

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

This paper aims to share our experience of deciding whether and how to promote involvement opportunities outside our own organisations (e.g. opportunities for people to get involved in groups set up by NHS organisations), and how to support service users who choose to get involved in this way. It's old but still felt to be relevant.