Presentation on theme: "LEARNING EXPERIENCE # 12 Beliefs of an Ally. Do you Believe in the Following? These are Beliefs of an Ally A- An Ally believes that each person they serve."— Presentation transcript:
LEARNING EXPERIENCE # 12 Beliefs of an Ally
Do you Believe in the Following? These are Beliefs of an Ally A- An Ally believes that each person they serve has value B- An Ally believes that respect is a priority C-An Ally believes that the people that they serve should be safe D-An Ally believes that people should be free from physical & emotional restraint E-An Ally believes that acknowledging the success of people they serve is an absolute F-An Ally believes in being committed to providing the time necessary to help people thrive Success Planning 2
An Ally Believes in Success Planning Success is influenced by focusing on what is possible. What tool in your toolbox does this remind you of? 3
Success Planning Respectful supports focus on the physical, emotional and mental well being of the person What tool in your toolbox can you use for this?
Success Planning What color hat will we be wearing on Success Planning day?
Success Planning Day Any discussion that focuses on the negative side, how bad or non-compliant the person is will not be an option for today’s discussion All discussion & sharing will focus on solutions that lead to personal success and improved quality of life NO quiet as a fish for the person
Identify for a Success Plan The things that we appreciate & value about this person The strengths of this person What this person contributes to other people, including family, friends, co-workers, paid supports
What tool in your toolbox can you use to identify all areas of the person’s life and the positive contributions?
Identify What are the best memories of this person. What can we do to help this person to have a “ Good Day”.
This means each person will list how they (personally) use their Ears- Eyes- Hands- Heart- Thoughts- Time –Words What tool in your toolbox can you use for this?
Your Must Haves
Identify Things that are their “Least Favorite” Things that are their Favorites (People-Places- Things) Tool Box Do’s & Don’ts by identifying the support profile ( What works and what doesn’t) Identify and list the commitments & responsibilities that the CB & provider will agree to that will enable the person to have a Good Life.
Speaking of Commitments……….
Ally Commitment Letter to Help People Receiving Supports to Have a “GOOD LIFE”
Commitment Letter Please take the time to read the Commitment Letter and sign if you agree. Summary of our tools in our toolbox and our beliefs.