To help you get the best possible outcome, we need to understand the things that are really important to you. This could be something very specific or something more general. Here are some examples of the types of things people have talked about:
“It’s really important that my granddaughter is involved in discussions about my support. She is the main person in my life!”
“I can’t focus on my work when I get to school because I’m so hungry.”
We encourage you to share what matters to you with your care or support professional. And although they may not always manage to address everything that you share, it is important for you to have the conversation so that they can help you as much as possible.
For more information about ‘What matters to you?’ day, visit What Matters to You