The Foundations of Person-Centered Planning – Virtual
October 3 @ 13:00 - 14:30
SEEKING DIVERSE PLAN FACILITATORS TO REPRESENT DIVERSE COMMUNITIES IN MINNESOTA! Through a partnership between DHS and STAR Services, FREE TRAINING is available to develop diversity among person-centered plan facilitators that represent diversity among Minnesotans, specifically with regards to culture, race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, and gender identity. The goal is to make available Person-Centered Plan facilitation that is responsive to diverse cultural beliefs and practices, preferred languages, health literacy, and other preferred modes of communication. Learn more about this special opportunity for Diverse Plan Facilitators >>
All people interested in Person-Centered Planning should have a box full of planning tools. These tools can empower people to make change in their lives by putting them in charge of defining their direction.
The Foundations of Person-Centered Planning is a four month series designed to teach important planning methods and skills. They include MAPS, PATH, Liberty Plans, Solutions Circles, building community capacity using Learning Journey, Person-Centered Thinking discovery, and more.
The process starts with a six session extensive facilitation foundation and will continue to build momentum with group mentoring sessions. Plan facilitation can be a bit intimidating in the beginning, and this series allows you to learn and practice, while receiving expert guidance from experienced plan facilitators.
This course will also discuss how planning can provide direction to the team and help to meet your licensing requirements in a more meaningful way. Join us for this comprehensive Person-Centered Planning program and fully realize your facilitation potential to help people define the direction of their lives.
CEU Contact Hours: 28.8 for Nurses, 24 for Social Workers