Person Centred Thinking

Published by: Melissa Day (Jasper Employment & Education Centre)

Date & Time: June 3-4, 2019.

Location: Jasper Employment and Education Centre

Region(s): West Central

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Person Centred Thinking

Centerpoint Facilitation Presents:

Person Centered Thinking

If people who use services are to have positive control over their lives, if they are to have self-directed lives within their own communities, then those who are around the person, especially those who do the day to day work, need to have value-based person centered thinking skills. We all require some support in our life, this workshop applies to all populations and any life situation which requires external supports:

Children & families | Older people | End of life | Homeless | Dementia | Domestic violence
Developmental/learning disabilities | Mental health issues | Addictions | Short or long term health issues Acquired brain injury

What will people be able to do as a result of attending this course?

The course covers a number of different Person-Centered Thinking skills with opportunities to practice them and think how to apply them in your work. You will learn and be able to

  • Separate what is important to someone from what is important for them.
  • Discover what is working and not working in a situation from different perspectives.
  • Record how someone communicates through using a communication chart.
  • Be able to identify what are core responsibilities and where you can use creativity and judgment.
  • Be able to mindfully record learning by using
    • learning log and
    • the 4 plus 1 question.

When & where is this course?

Date: June 3 & 4, 2019
Time: 9a.m. – 4 p.m. (An hour lunch break)
Location: Jasper Employment & Education Centre
631 Patricia Street (Provincial Building)

Cost: $275.00

To Register:
Call 780-852-4418 ext 4

Cancellation policy: No refunds will be issued. Alternates welcome.

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