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1 Developed by The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices Essential Lifestyle Planning Facilitator Training - Day 1 © The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices 2009

2 Introductions Introductions Learning objectives Learning objectives Outline of the day Outline of the day Purpose and Expectations © The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices 2009

3 Be Respectful In the meeting In the plan In future efforts No clinical or human service speak Use everyday language Remember who plans are written with 5 minute rule Parking issues that are not resolved People are not broken Good solutions are rooted in listening GROUND RULES No Jargon No Obsessing No Fixing © The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices 2009

4 Our mantra for the day… A Plan is not an Outcome © The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices 2009

5 Service Life Community Life Important for addressed No organized effort to address important to To and for present Active circle of support Included in community life To and for present Closest people are paid or family Few real connections Moving from Service Life to Community Life A Good Paid Life Focus on connecting, building relationships and natural supports Important to present Important to recognized © The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices 2009

6 A Good But Paid Life Service Life Community Life Moving from Service Life to Community Life Important for addressed No organized effort to address important to To and for present Active circle of support Included in community life To and for present Closest people are paid or family Few real connections © The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices 2009

7 4 Stages of Planning and Implementation 1. Think about what you want to learn 2. Gather information 3. Develop a first plan 4. Use the plan and record what you learn © The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices 2009

8 What do you want the plan to accomplish? What are the things that you want to change? What are the things that you want to maintain, keep the same? How can the person with whom you are planning- best participate in the development of the plan? How to make sure that the process feels respectful to the person with whom you are planning? Who else needs to participate/agree for the plan to be implemented? Think about what you want to learn © The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices 2009

9 Think about/consider: the gifts and capacities of the person you are planning with the gifts and capacities of the person you are planning with the commitment, gifts and capacities of those around the person you are planning with the commitment, gifts and capacities of those around the person you are planning with Things To Consider Before Gathering Information © The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices 2009

10 Questions To Consider Before Gathering Information Always trying to help the person and those closest to the person to have valued roles Who knows what? What is the best way to get their information? How will you sort out who to talk to from who to listen to How can you best support the person and those closest to the person in doing this work? © The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices 2009

11 Partnerships and experts All good plans are done in partnership All good plans are done in partnership Partnerships that work have agreed upon roles Partnerships that work have agreed upon roles When developing plans, it is helpful to think about roles from the perspective of content experts and process experts When developing plans, it is helpful to think about roles from the perspective of content experts and process experts © The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices 2009

12 Know the details of: Important to Important to Important for Important for Content Experts © The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices 2009

13 What is important to a person includes only what people are saying: with their words with their behavior When words and behavior are in conflict, listen to the behavior. Important to © The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices 2009

14 What is important for people, includes only those things that we need to keep in mind regarding– Issues of health or safety What others see as important to help the person be valued members of their communities Important for © The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices 2009

15 Importan t to Importan t for Importan t to Importan t for Importan t to Importan t for Balance © The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices 2009

16 Understand HOW to develop plans with people Understand HOW to develop plans with people Are skilled at recognizing which person centered thinking tool is helpful and when Are skilled at recognizing which person centered thinking tool is helpful and when Understand how to formally develop a plan in a traditional way, as well as how to develop plans backwards Understand how to formally develop a plan in a traditional way, as well as how to develop plans backwards Process Experts © The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices 2009

17 Have our own dreams and our own journeys Have opportunities to meet new people; try new things; change jobs; change who we live with & where we live Have what/who is important to us in everyday life; people to be with; things to do, places to be Stay healthy & safe (on our own terms) Each of us want lives where we are supported by & contribute to our communities © The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices 2009

18 Tools for building Person Centered Descriptions Learning Logs ?s Rituals Good Day/ Bad Day Reputation Working/ Not Working Matching Staff Communication Chart Relationship Map © The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices 2009

19 Person Centered Description Person Centered Description Important to Important for Like and Admire Instruction s for Supporters Characteristic s of Supporters Things to Figure Out © The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices 2009

20 Learning Wheel Person Centered Description Action Planning What needs to stay the same? What needs to change? Implementation & Learning PCT Tools © The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices 2009

21 1.What is important to the person? 2.What is important for the person? 3.Is important for being addressed in the context of what is important to? 4.Is there a good balance between important to and important for? 5.What does the person want to learn, what else do we need to learn? If the person is to get the balance described and we are to learn: 6.What needs to stay the same (be maintained or enhanced)? 7.What needs to change? 7 questions that you should be able to answer for each person you support © The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices 2009

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23 It describes what has been learned about – It describes what has been learned about – what is important to the person, and what is important to the person, and what others need to know or do to what others need to know or do to support the person support the person It is better than what you had It is better than what you had First plan criteria © The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices 2009

24 It will do no harm - It will do no harm - to the important relationships that the person has; and to the important relationships that the person has; and does not gloss over important issues of health and safety does not gloss over important issues of health and safety It reflects a commitment - It reflects a commitment - to act on what has been learned; and to act on what has been learned; and to continue to learn to continue to learn First plan criteria © The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices 2009

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