Jamal Feeling Safe, and Supported Decision Making

How do you help people feel safe to make decisions? Here is a little bit of what Jamal taught me on how feeling safe can be the difference maker when it comes to decisions. The decisions we make on a daily basis are wide ranging –from what to eat, to [...]

Five tips for creating meaningful graphics in person-centered planning

Person-centered planning is a process of exploration, inquiry, listening, and reflective practice designed to make the unknown known through words, colors, and images. People of all ages and abilities can actively participate in their own planning process by contributing to images that represent desired outcomes and action steps toward community [...]

Person-Centered Thinking – remote training

New remote version of Person-Centered Thinking training! Learn what matters to individuals who use long term services and supports and learn how to provide good support. Nine 2-hour sessions held Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am to 12pm.  May 19 through June 16. Click here to register

Using Person-Centered Practices Within Organizations and Teams

We think that delivering great outcomes for people can only bedelivered through using the same person-centered practices with staff, and within the structures and processes of the organization. At their heart, person-centered thinking tools are simply a different way to have a conversation. The thinking, learning, decisions or actions from [...]

ADAPT to person centered change

~Mary Beth Lepkowsky, CEO, Helen Sanderson Associates USA The pace of change is intense!  The system pressure has heightened with the 2014 CMS Final Rule and the expectation that organizational funded by federal waiver dollars will comply with Home and Community Based Services requirements by March 2022. Providing good, person [...]

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