In other people`s shoes

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Young Carers:
In other people’s shoes
Primary School Assembly
In other people’s shoes
• Have you ever thought
about what it’s like
to be in other
people’s shoes?
Who might wear these?
What is life like for the
owner of these shoes?
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Age?
Boy/girl?
Male/female?
Job?
Work?
Leisure?
Choice?
What is life like for the
owner of these shoes?
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Age?
Boy/girl?
Male/female?
Job?
Work?
Leisure?
Choice?
Who might wear this type
of footwear?
What is life like for the
owner of these shoes?
• How old?
• What do they do?
• Are the shoes for work
or play?
• Do they wear the shoes
from choice or
necessity?
What is life like for the
owner of these?
• How old?
• What do they do?
• Is the footwear for
work or pleasure?
• Do they wear it from
choice or necessity?
What is life like for the
owner of these?
• How old?
• What do they do?
• Is the footwear for
work or pleasure?
• Do they wear it from
choice or necessity?
The owner of these slippers
is a mum of a child about your age
• This mum has a long-term
illness
• She needs a wheelchair
• Slippers are easier to wear
– so long as someone else
puts them on for her
• She is thankful for the
care and love her child
gives her
The owner of these shoes is a child
about your age who cares for mum by:
• Helping dad to get mum out
of bed
• Helping mum get washed and
dressed
• Preparing breakfast and
making a ‘pack up’ for dad
• Writing a shopping list
And that’s before
getting ready for school…!
The owner of these shoes is
a child about your age
Someone in this child’s family
is disabled or ill for a long
time.
This child is a young carer
Some families need their
children to do a lot to help.
Young carers help their family with things like:
• getting up
• getting washed
• taking medicine
• or staying safe
Thank you for
watching and listening
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