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Embedding and evaluating trauma-informed and co-production approaches with people who've experienced multiple disadvantage 

12 July 2023


Michelle Farr and Tracey Stone, University of Bristol & Thomas Traub and Rebecca, peer researchers 


Changing Futures is part of a government funded programme aimed at improving the lives of adults experiencing multiple disadvantages. Changing Futures in Bristol is working with organisations and people with lived experience to: 

  • Improve the way that local services work, so people can access the support they need more easily 

  • Promote trauma-informed approaches, equality and diversity, and co-production, working together with people with lived experience of multiple disadvantage 

We will discuss how we are evaluating this work, sharing our learning to date, and explore how systems can be changed to promote more equality, co-production and trauma-informed care.