All workers support a focus on recovery and collaboration with the person with lived experience, their families, kinship group and carers.
- Embracing co-design principles and strategies, such as through multidisciplinary team education days, clinical supervision or action learning, to build competency and ensure services meet the persons' and carers’ needs and expectations.
- Preparing and supporting staff at the human resources level, from recruitment, orientation, supervision, support, shared training opportunities and exit.
- Encouraging peer worker and clinician co-production, such as co-writing and co-facilitation of orientation and training packages.
- Promoting open-dialogue within and across teams, and with with the person with lived experience, their families and carers facilitating better health outcomes.
- Providing ongoing support after the person with lived experience leave the service to prevent relapse.