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Whose Shoes? is evolving fast and mainly 'happening' through the energy of social media. The website can't keep up so apologies if it is a bit confusing at the moment. But the energy in the workshops and action focus is far more important...!
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Whose Shoes? is a very popular transformation tool across health and social care. The board game version is now being adapted to explore different topics - particularly around dementia care, communicating effectively with children in health care settings and the popular new maternity edition. The electronic version - Whose Shoes?® - Making It Real - was co-produced with the National Coproduction Advisory Group of Think Local Act Personal (TLAP). The launch event was held at Holiday Inn, Bloomsbury in London.The electronic tool is available to purchase here. Check out our video of the launch event here.
Winterbourne…Francis Report…Kirkup…Care crisis… Health and social care reforms
Let’s all work together for excellence with the person… in the centre
If the answer to any of these is 'yes', Whose Shoes?® will move you forward
Whose Shoes?® is an exciting approach, allowing you to 'walk in other people's shoes'. Through a very wide range of scenarios and topics, Whose Shoes?® tools help you explore many of the concerns, challenges and opportunities facing the different groups affected by the transformation of health and social care.Managers and leaders, clinicians, people using health or social care services, carers, front-line staff, commissioners, care providers, the local community, students and many more all love the Whose Shoes?® approach. And all the more so, when different groups work together…!
A well established tool promoting person-centred approaches, we are proud to announce the new MATERNITY EXPERIENCE toolkit, developed in collaboration with NHS England and the London Strategic Clinical Network. Here is a blog by Florence Wilcock, Consultant Obstetrician and Divisional Director at Kingston Hospital, which tells you more about this exciting work that is now recognised as a leading change platform, Florence talks about the 5 pilot workshops in London leading to local ownership and an action-focused approach to improving maternity care. Click here to view a session in action at Queen's Hospital, Romford.
Lively scenarios act as starting points for discussion, looking at issues from the perspectives of:
The health and care system requires radical reform to meet the requirements of the forthcoming Health and Social Care Act ……
Whose Shoes?® aims to:
The images used on the website page backgrounds are based on graphic records
produced in real time during 'Whose Shoes®' events by New Possibilities Ltd.