Tag Archives: Leicestershire

Round up of “In my shoes” – Dementia Awareness, Week 10

We are now at the end of Week 10 of this “in my shoes” series of guest blogs, looking at dementia from different perspectives… recovering from the Olympics, and looking forward to the Paralympics, the blog itself  is turning into a … Continue reading

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In the shoes of … members of Force 4 Change, user-led group in Leicestershire

NEW VIDEO Building on from the recent interview with Karen Kidd, Chair of Force 4 Change in Leicestershire, we have now compiled this short video giving an overview of the recent Whose Shoes? workshop we shared with the group. Force 4 … Continue reading

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Whose Shoes? … Karen Kidd, Chair of service user group in Leicestershire

Karen Kidd – Chair of Force 4 Change  VIDEO INTERVIEW In true Whose Shoes? style, I am starting a series of posts looking at issues of personalisation from different people’s perspectives within health and social care, focusing on “Making it … Continue reading

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