We work with children or young people recovering from brain damage, accidents or longer term disability including those with challenging behaviour, or social and communication issues.
Such young people will include those who are highly at risk of residential placement out of county:
• Have become marginalised or lonely
• Have social and communication needs
• Experience severe social anxieties
• Present emotional and behavioural needs that challenge
• Have become highly vulnerable and isolated
• Experience high levels of anxiety in ordinary community settings
• Are not in education or employment or training/apprenticeships (NEETs)
• Experience the impact of disabling attitudes and have severe and complex impairments
Inclusive Solutions are one of the UK’s leading professional facilitators of social and educational inclusion and provide training for groups of teachers, parents, families and social workers – aiming to make services better and improve the lives of vulnerable people by increasing the quality of the Person Centred Planning that is provided.
Further Info can be found in this document – THerapeutic services to prevent out county placement
This training is aimed at developing Person Centred Planning – for Local Authority or Multi Academy Trust.
Finding a new person centred way of approaching Personal Education Plan Meetings with children in care in Suffolk. Featuring – Matthew Cook, Virtual School Head, Suffolk together with Colin Newton of Inclusive Solutions and Claire Darwin of Schools Choice.
Inclusive Solutions offer a one day introduction to underlying values and practicalities of approach in schools – 100 people
2 Day skill training for 30 participants to learn PATH planning skills
1 day follow up after 3 months to problem solve issues and celebrate what achieved.
Inclusive educational psychologists, Marnie Aston and Colin Newton of Inclusive Solutions spent last Thursday in Wolverhampton with Robert Hart, PEP and the Inclusion Support Service. We were introducing Person Centred Planning and creating a PATH for the development of person centred planning across Wolverhampton.
- Person Centred Planning: https://inclusive-solutions.com/person-centred-planning/
- Restorative Justice: https://inclusive-solutions.com/training/restorative-justice/
- Circle of Adults – in depth problem solving https://inclusive-solutions.com/training/circles-of-adults/
- Circle of Friends https://inclusive-solutions.com/training/circle-of-friends-training/
- Full Training days menu: https://inclusive-solutions.com/training/full-training-list/
1. Problem Solving Tools
Training in Solution Circles, Circles of Adults, Insights and Solutions – processes.
Sessional advice, assessment and support to students, staff and parents across the school and AP. Written Psychological reports if needed.
Could include facilitation of complex problem solving processes using ‘Circles of Adults’ and ‘Insights and Solutions.’ https://inclusive-solutions.com/problemsolving.asp
2. Supporting individual families and young people to develop their own vision and plans.
Inclusion Facilitation programme for isolated young people in stuck situations as follow up to person centred planning work. Co facilitation, demonstration and direct training with key staff to use PATH/MAP with individuals and families. Person centred planning as part of EHCP processes or as alternative approaches.
3. Use of Person Centred Planning Tools
4. Community Circle development
Co – leadership, co – facilitation and training of Community Circle processes and principles. To actively involve intergenerational family members including grandparents plus key staff.
This powerful inclusive process of exchange of wants/needs and offers would be a unique but relevant offering in this context.https://inclusive-solutions.com/circles/community-circles/
5. Training the Trainers – developing training skills of staff providing training elsewhere
Provide ‘training the training’ with emphasis on ensuring effective interactive training with graphic, and dramatic elements maximising use of ICT video and music. This would draw on our extensive experience as trainers across the UK.
6. Joint development of new ‘cutting edge’ training packages for use by schools and Early Years settings/Inclusive Solutions (IS)
Joint working with key staff to develop new ideas and training materials e.g. Fresh approaches to challenging behaviour
7. School team hearts and minds training on why inclusion is essential – ‘Keys to Inclusion’
Training co facilitated by experienced trainers.
8. Support to parents of disabled/SEN children
Training aimed at Parents of disabled children: Likely areas of focus would be: movement differences/understanding autism/challenging behaviour/problem solving/boys needs
9. Peer Support: Peer mentoring scheme
Anti-bullying training – peer mediator training
10. Peer Support: Creating ‘Circle of Friends’ around high profile students
Support and training to create Circles. Training for wider group of staff and modelling of set up and facilitation processes.
Use of Circle of friends as inclusive tool around high profile disabled or challenging pupil. Facilitate setting up of Circle.
11. – Inclusive Educational Psychologist Consultancy re complex situations and students – Support and Supervision
Direct Ed Psychologist input – assessment – consultation – training. Structured support and supervision sessions – as either group or individual. Sessional advice, assessment and support to students, staff and parents. Written Psychological reports if needed.
12. Restorative Justice and Interventions
Training and system development work around restorative conversations and conferences.
13. Behaviour and Relationship Training/Including Children with Autism
Training for staff and families on understanding and including children/adults with autism.
Training for staff and families on understanding and including children and young people with the most challenging behaviour
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