London meeting – personalisation group to revolutionise social care

“Never underestimate how a small group of committed people can change the world—indeed it is the only thing that ever has!” –
 Margaret Mead

This week’s blog is in the form of a photo diary summarising the recent meeting in London of our LinkedIn group – the personalisation group to revolutionise social care.

I have been away in Spain, walking in the hills – lots of time to reflect on this inaugural meeting and the plans we all have to take this group forward as a positive force in these turbulent times. We want to work together to ensure that personalisation in social care and health keeps on track so that everyone, regardless of ability or disability, has the chance to fulfil their potential and have choice and control over how they live their own lives and receive support.

The inaugural meeting was very encouraging – lots of talented people passionate about this agenda and willing to devote time and energy to make a difference. Really looking forward to our next meeting in Birmingham on 10th May!

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About Gill Phillips - Whose Shoes?

Passionate about personalisation in health & social care. Creator of Whose Shoes? - an imaginative approach to helping people work together to improve lives. http://nutshellcomms.co.uk
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One Response to London meeting – personalisation group to revolutionise social care

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