Enabled by Design: people powered personalisation

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Presentation given by Denise Stephens from Enabled by Design at RIPFA's occupational therapy conference on 9th March 2010

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Enabled by Design: people powered personalisation

  1. 1. Enabled by Design: people powered personalisation www.enabledbydesign.org




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  2. 2. Enabled by Design: people powered personalisation •  Who am I? Why am I here? •  The story behind Enabled by Design •  What is Enabled by Design? •  What is personalisation? •  What does it mean to me? •  What are the benefits and how do we make it happen? •  How is Enabled by Design supporting the agenda? www.enabledbydesign.org




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  3. 3. Hello! My name’s Denise… •  Relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (MS) diagnosed in 2003 •  MS is a neurological condition that’s unpredictable, variable and different in each case •  My symptoms include: fatigue, weakness, numbness, visual disturbance, poor balance and vertigo •  Use a wide range of assistive technology (AT) to make day-to-day tasks more manageable www.enabledbydesign.org




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  4. 4. A few examples… www.enabledbydesign.org




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  5. 5. Ikea The battle of the bland… •  Ugly, clinical looking AT = DEPRESSING •  Grateful for fact helped me to keep independence •  Frustrated as home looked more and more like a hospital •  Surely this CAN’T be the way it has to be… •  Looked for alternative mainstream products that did same job •  Very aware of fact people benefit from learning, as well as support of others with similar experiences www.enabledbydesign.org




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  6. 6. Twitter Doing my little bit… •  From experiences and learning, decided to set up online community •  Platform to share experiences and views on AT •  Raising awareness of need to improve both functionality and aesthetics •  Result was Enabled by Design: A community of people passionate about those well designed products that make day-to-day tasks that little bit easier. By sharing their loves, hates and ideas, Enabled by Design-ers challenge the one-size-fits-all approach to assistive equipment through the use of clever modern design. www.enabledbydesign.org




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  7. 7. www.enabledbydesign.org




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  8. 8. Dept. of Health What is personalisation? “Personalisation, including a strategic shift towards early intervention and prevention, will be the cornerstone of public services. This means that every person who receives support, whether provided by statutory services or funded by themselves, will have choice and control over the shape of that support in all care settings”. Source: Department of Health website http://www.dh.gov.uk/en/SocialCare/Socialcarereform/Personalisation/index.htm www.enabledbydesign.org




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  9. 9. Putting People First What does personalisation mean to me? •  Being respected as an individual •  Being supported to live independently •  Support tailored to my needs and desires •  Getting involved, having a say, making decisions for myself •  Having more options available to me •  Feeling more in control of my life •  No longer feeling frustrated, helpless and not involved •  Greater confidence and sense of self-worth and well-being www.enabledbydesign.org




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  10. 10. What are the benefits and how do we make it happen? •  Tailor made support to meet the needs of individuals not the masses •  Working with people who need support and enabling them to make the best possible decisions for themselves •  Proactive approach to help prevent falls and accidents and in turn lower the risk of hospital admissions •  OTs definitely play key role in personalisation agenda, as change agents, educators and facilitators •  But you’re not alone •  Make use of networks and communities to share best practice, knowledge, learning, experiences, views and ideas www.enabledbydesign.org




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  11. 11. Enabled by Design is one of these communities and we’d love to invite OTs to join our site and get involved in the conversation… www.enabledbydesign.org www.enabledbydesign.org




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  12. 12. Any questions ? Source: http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/booksblog/2007/oct/02/iwasontourall Thank you for listening!  www.enabledbydesign.org




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  13. 13. You can contact me here: denise@enabledbydesign.org @enabledby www.enabledbydesign.org www.enabledbydesign.org




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