Pants and tops – feedback tool for younger children
This technique was created for physical health services, but we love it! By providing a washing line (with string and pegs, velcro, blue tack or a noticeboard) and blank pants and tops, you can create a way for younger children to tell you what is tops (good) and pants (bad) about your practice.
Visually responding to these comments can make it even better
From the Taking on the Challenge – Shaping Health Services through Young People’s Participation document and an idea from Manchester Children’s hospital.