‘What matters to you?’ day 2019

Section: The ALLIANCEType: News Item Date Published: 5th June 2019

Thursday 6 June is 2019's 'What matters to you?' day.

The purpose of the day is to encourage and support more meaningful conversations between people who provide health and social care and the people, families and carers who receive health and social care.

On or around the day itself, the organisers will be encouraging people to have a ‘What matters to you?’ conversation with people they support or care for. Their aim is to encourage people to keep having these conversations beyond ‘What matters to you?’ day.

You can join in, as an individual or as a team, by

  • Completing the online registration form to tell the organisers how you are taking part.
  • Having a ‘What matters to you?’ conversation with at least one person on or around 6 June.
  • Reflecting on how it felt and what happened as a result.
  • Coming back and sharing your experience of having the conversation so that the organisers in turn can share your learning with others.
  • Downloading resources to help promote the day in your organisation, department or team.

Full details can be found on the ‘What matters to you?’ website (this link will take you away from our website).

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