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The flexible tool to support you through your transformation journey, and co-produce imaginative, local solutions that work for you… ALWAYS with the person in the centre.

An innovative partnership with the Technology Strategy Board and then Think Local, Act Personal (TLAP) led to the new electronic tool – Whose Shoes?® – Making It Real.

Whose Shoes?® – Making It Real has been co-produced and piloted with a very wide range of groups and organisations. It aligns key messages about personalisation to TLAP’s ‘Making It Real’ framework. It provides a powerful, flexible tool to support you at all stages of your transformation journey, triggering crucial conversations as you work together for excellence in health and social care. Click here to view the flyer.

Key benefits:

  • Over 200 thought-provoking scenarios help you share good practice and challenge attitudes and assumptions in a completely non-threatening way
  • Messages are read aloud by many different voices, bringing the topics alive
  • Categories and keywords help you tailor the discussion themes for each session
  • Choose more specific topics as your ‘Making It Real’ journey progresses
  • ‘Angles to explore’ on every card facilitate more in-depth conversations
  • Optional links to useful videos, including ‘Making It Real’ ‘stories’

We are very pleased that a version of Whose Shoes?® has been developed specifically around the themes and statements within ‘Making it Real’. The tool is a great way of encouraging conversations between people who use services, carers, providers and commissioners. Using this approach can break down barriers between different groups and can cut across hierarchies to create honest and meaningful conversations about what is working well in the system and what needs to improve. And people have some fun too!”

Shahana Ramsden
TLAP ‘Making it Real’ Project Co-ordinator

It has never been so timely to remind policy makers, commissioners and the front line staff in Health and Social care organisations that each individual is a precious human being.

Whose Shoes?® goes a step beyond raising awareness; it engages emotionally as well as intellectually. Gill’s work makes a huge difference; I want professionals everywhere to have a chance to walk in my shoes…”

Larry Gardiner
International speaker and dementia advocate, living with dementia

Whose Shoes?® - Making It Real
Whose Shoes?® - Making It Real
Whose Shoes?® - Making It Real

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