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Whose Shoes? EXTREME – the story from all perspectives!

A bit of fun for the Bank Holiday weekend. Have you seen this brilliant video by the Guardian? Three little pigs… “The whole picture” Our Whose Shoes? workshops look at issues around personalisation in social care and health from different … Continue reading

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Back to nature – a bit of “natural” Twitter brings huge benefits…

I had a lovely walk yesterday in one of the beautiful nature reserves run by Warwickshire Wildlife Trust. It almost felt as if Spring was in the air… and we met some VERY friendly robins. It was very peaceful and … Continue reading

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Nutrition and hydration – how simple things make a difference

In recent months we have run a series of Whose Shoes? focus groups for older people in a range of settings – for example, those living in the community with and without formal “services” and those living in Extra Care … Continue reading

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Teamwork – lessons from the Cricket World Cup!

Teamwork – lessons from the Cricket World Cup!  Well, it has been some weekend. No, I’m not talking about Mothers’ Day, although it was very nice visiting Baddesley Clinton and enjoying all the wonderful daffodils. No, I am talking about … Continue reading

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We all need a Jiminy Cricket

Too short for a blog Too long for a tweet Do I cut it right down? Or add some more meat? A very short blogpost this week. Just sharing a lovely conversation I had with an inspiring new contact last … Continue reading

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In a nutshell – “strip out the babble”…

©Nutshell Communications Ltd Nutshell Communications. I chose this company name because I was fed up with “professional jargon” and information overload. I wanted to communicate. Complicated messages – often a lot more complicated than they need to be, but that’s … Continue reading

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