‘What matters to you?’ day – 6 June 2017


What matters to you? day aims 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.

Healthcare Improvement Scotland’s Person-Centred Health and Care Programme is encouraging as many people as possible to have a ‘What matters to you?’ conversation with people they are supporting or caring for. Their aim is to encourage people to keep having these conversations beyond 6 June too.

How can you join in?

  1. Register as individuals or as teams at: whatmatterstoyou.scot, where you can also order or download resources to support local activities.
  2. Have a particular focus on ‘what matters to you?’ conversations on or around 6 June.
  3. Act on the conversations you have and do something different to help the person achieve what matters to them.
  4. Collect stories and share your experiences of what worked well and what didn’t work at whatmatterstoyou.scot so that you can share your learning with others.
For more information, to register and to order and download materials visit http://www.whatmatterstoyou.scot/register-and-order-resources/

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