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1 What are we learning about developing great one-page profiles? Max Neill Michelle Livesley Charlotte Sweeney

2 100 one-page profiles

3 1000 one-page profiles for NHS change day

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6 Just Garnish?

7 Talk about examples of where a One Page profile has made a difference in somebody’s life. What about examples of where a One Page Profile has made no difference at all? So what made the difference?

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9 Trainers Take One Page Profiles Seriously: Use them in your own life and work Share your own 1PP with the people you support Share your 1pp with families

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11 Common Errors: 1.Assuming that if it’s important to others, it must be important to the person 2.Being too brief or vague, so that words and phrases can be misinterpreted. ”privacy”, “independence” 3.Listing totally basic things: Food, shelter, clothing: Maslow’s hierarchy of needs should be taken as read unless there’s a good reason otherwise 4.Focussing on presentation at the expense of content

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13 Who are the most important people in your life? 1 People

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15 What would be your best and worst day? 2 Best and worst

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17 What do you usually do during week day evenings? TV programmes, hobbies, interests, people you see, places you go? 3 I usually… I always…

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19 What makes you feel better when you are stressed, unhappy or upset? 4 Well-being

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21 What would you never leave home without (in your bag, or pockets) 5 Money and possessions...

22 What would your family or best friend say they love and admire about you? 6 Achievements and appreciations

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25 https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=fnaKnVWFh44

26 What Questions ensure QUALITY In One Page Profiles?

27 Is it detailed? Will someone else know what to do?

28 Is it Specific? Who? When? Where? How Often? How Much? Beware of big open Maslow’s hierarchy of needs type words: Be more specific! Pin it down!

29 Could you use it?

30 Is it aspirational?

31 How detailed is this one page profile? Will someone know what to do? How specific is this one page profile? Does it avoid vague words and catch-all stock service phrases? Is this one page practical? Does it achieve it’s purpose? Does this one page profile lead toward positive change, or does it simply describe the status quo?

32 Is it clear? Just the beginning…

33 How do we support people and organisations to consistently write good one page profiles that make a difference in people’s lives?


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