Person Centered Thinking Training
One event on January 29, 2019 at 9:00 am
Training Description: This interactive two-day training serves as a foundation for everyone involved in supporting people with significant disabilities. During this training, participants will have the opportunity to develop their skills by completing a series of guided exercises. Participants will practice utilizing person-centered thinking resources and techniques. Information gathered using these skills can help teams develop meaningful Individual Support Plans that help people with disabilities achieve an Everyday Life.
This is a professional development opportunity. Training begins at 9:00 a.m. and ends at 4:00 p.m. You must attend both days in order to complete the training and receive a certificate of attendance.
AUDIENCE: People with disabilities and family members are encouraged and invited to attend. Other stakeholders (Supports Coordinators, SC Supervisors, Provider Staff, Administrative Entity Staff and Organizational Leadership) are also welcome.
PURPOSE: To announce the availability of more sessions of two-day Person Centered Thinking training and to provide registration information.
DISCUSSION: Person Centered Thinking is a core concept at the foundation of the services and supports provided to people with intellectual disabilities and autism in Pennsylvania. People with disabilities, self-advocates, families, and other stakeholders are invited to come and learn about Person Centered Thinking and how it can be used to enhance the quality of life of the people we support.