Managing Person Centred Care

15 & 16 May 2024

Venue: Holiday Inn, 11 Cavenagh Road

ABOUT THE SEMINAR

As a team leader  the need to manage both your team and your clients is key.

We would like to invite you and your team to participate in a special 2-day intensive skills training workshop that delves into the proven Person-Centred Care (PCC) approach. This workshop equips you with the knowledge and skills to transform the lives of people working with and for your organisation.

By attending this workshop, you’ll not only improve your professional skills, but also make a profound difference in the lives of those you serve. Lets collectively impact change – where every interaction is grounded in empathy, respect, and empowerment.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Knowing what matters to the person and what good support means to them – instead of only focussing on diagnosis and clinical information.
  • Appreciating the person.
  • Understanding the importance of physical health and wellbeing.
  • Understanding the value and impact of life story work.
  • Creating opportunities for occupations.
  • Matching – bringing whole self to work and matching passions and interests to people supported.
  • How to hear what people are saying, listening to their actions.
  • How to separate what is important to someone from what is important for them and how they want to be supported.
  • Looking at what is working and not working in the person’s life and using this to identify what needs to change.
  • Creating outcomes that matter to the person.
  • Exploring creative options to deliver outcomes.
  • Introduction to one-page profiles for people using services and their teams.

SEMINAR HIGHLIGHTS

Understanding the importance of physical health and wellbeing.

Matching – bringing whole self to work and matching passions and interests to people supported.

Looking at what is working and not working in the person’s life and using this to identify what needs to change.

Introduction to one-page profiles for people using services and their teams.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

We strongly encourage all levels of management to attend this seminar to let your teams better understand the challenge of leading your team.

We strongly recommend the following personnel join us :

Policy Makers, Managers, Supervisors, Executive Directors, Social Workers, Healthcare Professionals, Volunteer Managers, or Senior Daycare Activity Centres, and Residential Homes.

DATES AND TIMES

Day 1: 9:00 am to 4:00 pmDay 2: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

SEMINAR FEES & FUNDING

Spaces are limited, so register today! Together, let’s build a future where teams are lead with a Person Centred Approach. Secure your early bird tickets now.

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  • Standard Fee$1500 per pax
    Group of 4 and above discount$150 off per pax

All prices stated does not include GST.

ABOUT THE FACILITATORS

Professor Helen Sanderson MBE

Professor Helen Sanderson MBE

Founder & CEO of Wellbeing Teams

Helen Sanderson has led the development of person centred thinking and planning in the UK in social care over the last twenty-five years. She was funded to research the implementation of person centred planning by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and co-authored the Department of Health’s guidance on person centred planning, and has acted as Expert Advisor to the Department of Health on person centred approaches in social care.

In 2011 she authored the Department of Health guidance for ‘Putting People First’ called ‘Personalisation through Person Centred Planning’. She has provided consultancy in Europe, Japan, Australia and America.

In 2023 Helen and her team provided consultancy in relation to introducing person-centred practices into SEN schools to the Ministry of Education in Singapore

Michelle Livesley

Associate at Wellbeing Teams

Michelle leads the adult social care and person-centred teams and leaders for the Wellbeing Teams and has been involved in the development of person-centred practices across a wide range of service areas including health, social care and education and has contributed to several publications on the subject.

Wellbeing Teams achieved the Outstanding rating in home care from the regulator the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Less than 4 percent of home care organisations are rated Outstanding. Wellbeing Teams became the first self-managing social care organisation to be inspected and rated by CQC.

Michelle is a mentor trainer in Person-Centred Thinking, Person-Centred Risk, Positive and Productive Meetings, Personalising Homecare, Map and Path, Planning Live and Just Enough Support. Michelle is a Wellbeing Teams advisor, Holacracy Practitioner and graduate of Seth Godin’s AltMBA.

Michelle has provided training and consultancy in the UK, Australia, Spain, Canada, Sweden, Singapore and Latvia. Last year Michelle and the team at Helen Sanderson Associates provided training and consultancy in relation to introducing person-centred practices into SEN schools to the Ministry of Education in Singapore.