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Relationships are at the heart of early intervention

Relationships have the power to change lives. We know trust and empathy are the key to success for early interventions. There is now a strong case that public services must change to be more ‘relationship enabling’ – so what does that look like? 

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Time, Space and Trust: Participle’s Open House on working relationally

It’s been one month since Participle held its second ever Open House evening, and we’ve been getting lots of questions about how it went, what was discussed, and how people can attend in future.

As the event was all about how to build relationships and connect communities, we thought we might as well share this on the Relational Welfare blog. We’ll also let you know how to get on the invite list for future Participle events if you fancy it – we’d love to see you there. Continue reading Time, Space and Trust: Participle’s Open House on working relationally

Hope is the best thing to come out of NHS Change Day – but is that enough?

Every year, hundreds of thousands of people express their strong desire to do things differently in health services. Why don’t we take them more seriously?

By Kate Bagley, Campaigns and Content Manager

Two months ago, we were sitting around a table full of clever young social innovators from Finland, when the subject of NHS Change Day arose. They were trying to start something similar in their own country, and asked what we thought of it. And honestly, I wasn’t sure what to tell them. Continue reading Hope is the best thing to come out of NHS Change Day – but is that enough?