Some very kind words form some special people….

Harry Simmons, CEO Alzheimer Scotland

If organisations invest in staff by providing opportunities for them Caroline Brown has true compassion and a real understanding of dementia. As a carer to both her parents through their journey with dementia she understands the challenges people face more than most. Caroline has responded to this challenge by combining her personal and professional skills and background to develop new intervention techniques and innovative person centred planning methods for people with dementia and their families that are much needed. She has done all of this a volunteer and campaigner and I am delighted that she is now offering this experience to the dementia care field and practitioners through her new consultancy. I am certain you will be more than impressed with what she can offer you and your service

Jack Pearpoint, founder and leader in person-centred planning

Planning is so much more than just a meeting or a graphic on the walls. It is about deep commitment over time. It’s about listening, deeper than words, into a person’s heart and soul. Then a plan can be a giant step into participation and contribution as a full citizen in the community. At Quarriers, we know Caroline and Ryan who have the ethics and skills to make plans that will assist people and their families. That is high praise indeed.

Naomi Clark

Entirely new to me, a wonderfully planned out and perfectly personal experience captured my dreams exactly as they were in my head. My experience of the map process is something I will forever cherish. I would never have imagined living my dreams in such a short time…until I experienced the achievability in image form. Everyone should have the opportunity to experience creative facilitation, and with no other than the professional and magically mellow Caroline Brown.

Connie Lyle O’Brien

I had the great privilege to work with Caroline Brown, on group person-centred planning. Her commitment to the inclusion of people with disabilities in community life is inspirational. In this day and age, it is difficult to find individuals willing to do what it takes to make life real for people with disabilities and not just provide services that exclude people. She is to be congratulated on her continuing efforts. I know that Caroline will ensure that more people in Scotland have the opportunity to participate in this work. Please join them in this very important undertaking. Wish I could be with you to continue the work, but your efforts so far show that you know what to do to make life better for so many people. Enjoy!