Review of PCP Together book
Aimed at the practitioner, this resource is a must have for those wishing to run and be involved with Person-Centred Planning. The resource covers a wide range of PCP approaches, including MAPS, PATHs and One-Page Profiles, amongst others. Each is brought to life with examples, practical ideas and beautifully vibrant illustrations that engage the reader from start to finish. Useful as both a practical resource as well as a reference book, it will prove invaluable to anyone interested in PCP. This will certainly be a key resource on our programme and a must have resource for all other training programmes and practitioners who wish to adopt a person-centred approach to planning and assessment.
Dr Nick Hammond, Programme Director, Doctorate in Educational Psychology, University of East Anglia (UEA)
‘Person Centred Planning Together’ Book reviewed positively in Educational Psychology in Practice – this month!
Colin and Derek provided 2 days on person centred planning with families using the MAPs process. Family Intervention Intensive and Support teams from Nottinghamshire really engaged with and embraced this way of respectful and inclusive working with families.
Staff at South Milford school in Yorkshire learn from Colin Newton and Derek Wilson how to set up and run a Peer Mediation scheme from scratch. The training was informed by 6 years of Peer Mediation training carried out at Seely Primary in Nottingham.
Colin and Elliot Newton facilitate PATH process in West Sussex for young woman with complex needs of the world. Listen to mums reflections on a PATH for her daughter moving into the world of the young adult and beyond…
Moving mum’s story about the inclusion of her little girl with Down’s Syndrome in her local mainstream school who died while still in Key Stage 1.
By her mum Lesley Gearing, Nottingham
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Great group of educators gathered to learn about person centred planning from Colin and Elliot Newton in November. Real passion to do things differently!
Keys to Inclusion went down really well with an audience of over 120 educators in Portsmouth on 11th October!
Elliot and Colin Newton facilitated a training day for nearly 100 staff on Person Centred Planning for children in care.