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In the shoes of … Andrew Cozens | Chair of Carers Trust | Freelance consultant in care and health

As we come down to earth after the amazing fortnight of the Olympics, we resume our series of  ‘walk in my shoes’ blogposts, looking at dementia from different perspectives.  Andrew Cozens, Chair of Carers Trust, makes a powerful analogy comparing the amazing … Continue reading

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In my shoes – because it’s been an exciting week!

This week has been an exciting week. I was blown away by the Olympics opening ceremony. The image of Mr Bean ‘playing piano’  in Chariots of Fire makes me smile whenever I think of it. I loved the quirky, very … Continue reading

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In the shoes of … Chris Gage | CEO & Creative Director | Ladder to the Moon

So, the Olympic Opening Ceremony had it all! The ultimate co-produced event! Who would have thought? The Queen parachuting in by helicopter, Mr Bean on keyboard, a highly inclusive cast, the construction workers forming the guard of honour… GB is … Continue reading

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