The Angelman Syndrome Association and Kogarah Developmental Assessment Service have been developing co-design processes for more than twenty years. Out of this experience, and the Metro-Regional Intellectual Disability Network’s subsequent experience of extending specialist health services into regional New South Wales, a distinct set of aims and tangible benefits have emerged, which reinforce the value of co-design.

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  • Ham C, Walsh N (2013). Making integrated care happen at scale and pace. Read more at The Kings Fund website.