Thought-provoking, enjoyable and full of real scenarios, Whose Shoes? is highly regarded by customers throughout the . It is being used by a wide range of local authorities, universities & colleges, care providers, voluntary organisations and service user forums. The very best Whose Shoes? sessions bring these groups together to learn from each others' experience, building relationships to produce creative and sustainable solutions in partnership. By stimulating constructive, in-depth discussions in a non-threatening environment, Whose Shoes? is helping people to work together to overcome hierarchical and organisational barriers to change.
Whose Shoes? is not for the faint-hearted or those who thrive on spin - it is for those who want to move towards real and lasting solutions. There are over 150 starting points for discussions covering the importance of joined-up services such as transport, education, leisure; early intervention and prevention; personal budgets and the benefits of involving the wider family and community. Whose Shoes? is also commended as good practice by the Department of Health, Community Care magazine, Skills for Care, Skills for Health and the British Institute of Learning Disabilities (BILD).
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