With co-production considered by both the CQC and Ofsted as fundamental to working with individuals and families, this seminar brings alive lived experience to put families back into the heart of clinical practice. Using up to date research and evidence, you will leave inspired to implement insights and strategies that puts effective communication and co-production at the heart of your business, practice and everyday interactions with relatives and carers.
Rachel Wright is a qualified nurse and unqualified mum of 3, parenting a son with complex disabilities and life-limiting epilepsy. She’s the author of the five-star book, The Skies I’m Under, an award-winning blogger and founder of Born at the Right Time www.bornattherighttime.com.
Passionate about effective communication, co-production and community, she uses her skills and lived experience to educate practitioners and speak to anyone who will listen. She runs highly commended CPD accredited training for professionals in ‘Effective communication and co-production with relatives and carers’, and ‘Postural care’.
Rachel loves the outdoors and is a founding trustee for ‘Camp Jojo’, an emerging charity which offers bespoke camping experiences for families of children with complex needs. To balance out her infatuation for salt ‘n vinegar crisps and hummus, Rachel regularly puts on trainers and goes for a run on Southend seafront.