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www.nutshellcomms.co.uk Gill Phillips Director Real people. Real views. Powerful discussions. Moving forward together... TLAP Personalisation Conference 25 September 2013 #Coproduction
Copyright © Nutshell Communications Ltd. All rights reserved. *Today* A quick taster of Whose Shoes?... Making It (co-production)*REAL* Walk in our shoes
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"The most corrosive thing for me was not the symptoms of my illness (PTSD) but the passivity that came from having decisions made for me as I rattled round the system unheard..... What I love about Whose Shoes? is that it enables the unlocking of the real person whose identity, for whatever reason be it isolation, illness etc. has been subsumed by labels. I see it as the key to liberating a whole host of assets that people like myself all have inside, no matter how latent they may appear to be. From that, genuine freedom of choice, where we are enabled to be leaders in our own recoveries, can flow naturally." Copyright © Nutshell Communications Ltd. All rights reserved. Alison Cameron – recovering from serious mental health problems (Patient Leader & Fellow of CLAHRC NW London)
Copyright © Nutshell Communications Ltd. All rights reserved. Catalyst for Change Where are you now? Where do you want to be? What are the challenges / barriers / opportunities? Whose Shoes? will help you find and navigate a path
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Lots of case studies and testimonials Talk to me later Twitter: @whoseshoes #dementiachallengers #MakingItReal! www.nutshellcomms.co.uk
Copyright © Nutshell Communications Ltd. All rights reserved. Name #MatExp #WhoseShoes Walk in the shoes of people... giving birth! Date Venue Adapted.
TLAP and the Shared Commitment: Integration and personalisation TLAP Conference, 25 th September 2013.
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Driving up quality in care and support: The work of the National Market Development Forum (NMDF) TLAP Conference, 25 th September 2013.
© Simon Duffy. Rights Reserved. Full copyright details at Personalisation its meaning for.
Welcome Angela Hillery Chief Executive `Moving forward in Maternal Mental Health’ Conference 24 February 2016.
Key messages from the National Market Development Forum and Care Provider Alliance Personalisation Summit, 11 th September 2013.
P_1 Recovering Mental Health in Scotland Developing recovery approaches in Scotland Simon Bradstreet, Network Director.
Brain Pathways: A “Global” Environment Dr. Carrie Steffens, Ph.D. December 13, 2011.
Community Life Choices Sharing Feedback from Review of Day Services Monday 16 January 2011 Tony Dailide Assistant Director Promoting Independence.
Personalisation & CQC Or What have I learned from TLAP? Andrea Sutcliffe, Chief Executive, SCIE 25 th September 2013.
Supporting people to have the best wellbeing (self care) Dr Katie Coleman September 2014.
National Conference on Peer Support April 29, 2016 The Peer Support Research Project Investigators: Jay Harrison & Julia Read Peer Workers: Kelly Blum,
NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme September 2015 Intake.
Ashley Brooks National Patient Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust 14 th May 2014.
Positive Support – Improving Quality of Life Part 1 A 2 Day training program for Disability Support Workers.
The power of information: Putting all of us in control of the health and care information we need Giles Wilmore, Director of Patient & Public Voice and.
Creating Positive Culture through Leadership (Recovery Orientation) Jennifer Black.
SUPPORT PLANNING & BROKERAGE HUB Sarah Stuart, Support Planning and Brokerage Hub Manager.
Local Public Health in Minnesota. What Is Public Health? Public health is the art, practice and science of protecting and improving the health of the.
Safeguarding Adults Board 6 th Annual Conference Safeguarding Adults and Personalisation: Opportunity and Challenge Jim Leyland – Service Manager, Personalisation.
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What it Takes to Bring HOPE To Consumers Carol A. Kivler, MS, CSP © Copyright 2015 Kivler Communications– All Rights Reserved.
16 March 2010 The Wellbeing Approach to Involvement & Personalisation Elina Stamou & Angela Newton Service User Involvement Directorate.
Welcome to ‘Working together to Deliver more’ ODI’s London regional event hosted by Inclusion London.
Commissioning Recovery Communities bikes, trains and bridges Mark Gilman, North West NTA Regional Manager.
What patients say – BEST HAND Be my gender Enable me to make choices about my care Speak in my language Take time to build trust with me Human, friendly.
The Hertfordshire Micro Market Project Increasing local choices by helping people to set up and run micro care and support services Tracy Ahern Hertfordshire.
CIPD West of England Branch Conference: Engaging Employees in Hard Times Dean Royles Director,
National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide and Homicide by People with Mental Illness Suicide data for Wales ( ) WALES ( ) © National Confidential.
The Best Way Forward. : Inclusive Communities for Older People Hosted by Respond Housing Association, in association with Irish Centre for Social Gerontology.
What do you say when you talk to yourself?? POSITIVE AFFIRMATIONS.
Stuart Hollis Kathryn James Programme Director – Mental Health NIACE
Karina Solis Period 1. Slide 2 In this section I learned about an eating disorder, Anorexia Nervosa. A lot of people have this disorder. There are a few.
PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES THE RIGHT TO COMMUNITY LIVING THREE KEYS TO CITIZENSHIP THREE PATHWAYS TO POSITIVE CHANGE DAVID TOWELL.
The Reshaping Care Programme aims to help people keep independent and well so that they can stay in their own home for longer. A key concept of the Reshaping.
Effective Communication and Dialogue Skills Development: Approach and Model Working Together for Health Equalities Event Wednesday 25 th March 2015.
Geraldine Brown, Elizabeth Bos, and Geraldine Brady Methodological and ethical dimensions of health focused research in prisons Symposium, Glasgow, May.
©Copyright Penumbra 2010 Reshaping Penumbra How developing a personal outcomes tool led to the reshaping of Penumbra. Nigel Henderson Chief Executive.
Learning from Experience: involving service users in research Alison Faulkner Survivor researcher.
Service User Involvement in pathways to recovery.
A narrative for person-centred coordinated care Jeremy Taylor 28 June 2013.
Taking forward the Next Stage Review Clinical leadership and networks in the North.
True colors Better understanding of your personality, communication preferences, and how it affects interactions with your core!
National Collaborative Programme for Integrated Care & Support Keith Holden NHS England 25 September 2013.
People lives communities Coproduction and older people Sharing ideas and experience about services led by older people 27 November 2013 Helen Bowers, Head.
CARE PATHWAYS BETWEEN PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH Dr Hugh Griffiths National Clinical Director for Mental Health.
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