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This course is for practitioners working with babies.
These face-to-face networks are aimed at baby room practitioners who would like an opportunity to share experiences’ and gain new ideas through connecting with other practitioners.
Reflective activities will be provided and a supportive peer to peer environment will be facilitated to encourage delegates to benefit from engaging in discussions and networking.
This training is for external health professionals & social care support workers who require a basic understanding of Person centred practice and tools used to support people in their care.
• We will discuss and share ideas and experiences of person-centred practice – how does it differ from other approaches?
• We will become familiar with and try out a range of published person-centred thinking tools which can be used within other care planning/support planning frameworks.
• We will discuss the balance which is often needed between what is important to a person and what is important for them.
• We will become familiar with two published ‘person-centred planning’ tools, Essential Lifestyle Planning and PATH.
• We will identify personal attitudes, values and particular practice skills which support person-centred practice. What does it mean to ‘be’ person-centred when supporting someone else and helping them to plan?
• We will practice communication skills which are identified as useful in person-centred practice.
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This short workshop commissioned jointly by the South Gloucestershire Children’s Partnership and Safeguarding Adults Board will help you to understand how Multi Agency Risk Assessment Conferences (MARAC) work in South Gloucestershire, and give you confidence in knowing how and when to refer to MARAC. It aims to give an update about the roles of everyone involved. It is free to attend by anyone who works with children or adults in South Gloucestershire