Person Centred Thinking – Extreme

Person Centred Thinking – Extreme

The Extreme Person Centred Thinking Tools are a set of tools to support dreams, build relationships and connections and promote capacity thinking. The aim of the extreme person centred thinking tools training is not to teach people how to facilitate plans, instead it is about sharing tools that can be used to listen and reflect and creatively involve people in planning their own lives.

Course Category

Person Centred Planning

Description

The Extreme Person Centred Thinking Tools are a set of tools to support dreams, build relationships and connections and promote capacity thinking. The aim of the extreme person centred thinking tools training is not to teach people how to facilitate plans, instead it is about sharing tools that can be used to listen and reflect and creatively involve people in planning their own lives.

Many of these tools have been taken from MAPS and PATH, and parts also build on the person centred thinking tools.

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Learning Objectives

This course will provide participants with an understanding of how to use a range of extreme person centred thinking tools to;

  1. Use graphics to facilitate creative conversations
  2. Learn from people’s stories and histories
  3. Listen to and facilitate dreams and nightmares
  4. Think about what is positive and possible
  5. Connect people with their communities
  6. Facilitate inclusion

Who Is It For?

  • Person Centred Planning Facilitators
  • Support Workers / Day Centre Officers / Residential Workers
  • Personal Assistants / Teaching Assistants
  • Families
  • Self Advocates
  • Social Workers
  • CAMHS teams
  • Primary and secondary staff teams
  • SENCOs
  • Local Authority Support Services

Course Content

The course will introduce participants to a range of tools focused around supporting relationships, realising dreams, connecting people with their communities and capacity thinking. Participants will be coached in using the tools and given the opportunity to practice the tools and their graphic facilitation skills in a safe environment. The course will answer the following questions:

  • How can we use ideas from MAP and PATH in our day to day work?
  • How can I use graphics to facilitate conversations?
  • How can we learn more about the people we support?
  • How can we start to think about connecting people to their communities?

If you liked this course you may well like:

Person Centred Planning using PATH and MAPS

Contact Us

Colin Newton

0115 955 6045

Doug and Maggie

01473 437590

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Address

48 Whittingham Road
Mapperley
Nottingham
NG3 6BJ