Co-designing
solutions for the
out-of-home-care system

The Case Study

Every child and young person should have the opportunity to reach their full potential
Every child and young person should have the opportunity to reach their full potential. A key group that is currently missing out is young people in care. Regardless of how sensitive or wicked a problem can be, design solutions together can be a transformative experience
Kylie Long
CEO, Peer Academy

Complex problems often require simple solutions. Problems become complex when we fail to hear each other. We call this 'fragmentation'. When policy makers through to service users fail to hear each other, it often creates "stuckness".

Yet by bringing the right people across the system together, into a safe environment, allowing them to think together, brainstorm ideas and prototype solutions, using a tried and tested design methodology, a transformative cohesiveness can break through even the trickiest of problems. We call this "co-design".

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Tools

Co-Design 101: The Manual
An introductory to co-design for the Public Purpose Sector.

Relationships:  consent = vulnerablity = designing with
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IDEO Human Centered Design
A toolkit for implementing human centered design
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Design Sprint Methodology
How to solve complex problems quickly and efficiently
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Innovation
Toolkit
Best practices and principles in human centered design
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