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It’s been quite a week! In my own shoes… (yes, my own!) – Gill Phillips…

A break from the dementia series today just to reflect on and share a few exciting developments over the last few days… Firstly, my  thanks to Martin Routledge. I really enjoyed the personalisation party up in Manchester. Such a good … 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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How can a Box of Frogs help personalisation?

I was thrilled to take part in the recent innovative Festival of ideas and possibilities: Showcasing personalisation organised by SITRA. We ran Whose Shoes? workshops in Birmingham, Leeds and London. Huge thanks to my co-presenters Philippa Codd and Dorothy Hall, … Continue reading

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Have you changed jobs in the last twelve months?

The wonders of technology and the power of social media never cease to amaze me. This week, I received an email from LinkedIn entitled “Gill, 65 of your connections changed jobs in 2010.” Fascinated, and in spite of my NYR … Continue reading

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