Guide to co-design with people living with disability
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Co-design is an inclusive, collaborative process whereby a diverse range of people with relevant skills, experience or interests come together to provide advice and make decisions on a project, policy, program or initiative. A meaningful co-design process will run throughout the life of a project – from the planning stage through to implementation and review.
This guide explains the process of co-design which should be used by any individual, group, organisation or government body that is making decisions or undertaking work that will affect the lives of people living with disability.
This includes businesses, service providers, research institutions, public services such as hospitals and schools and all levels of government, including local councils.