Person Centred Practice and Planning- Alice Springs – WORKSHOP NOW FULL
This workshop is now full. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to add your name to a waitlist in the event of any cancellations.
Person-centred planning and practice delivers positive outcomes to people with disability by being flexible and tailored to individual strengths and needs.
Providers that adopt person-centred planning and practice deliver supports that competently recognise and respond to needs and wishes of participants.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is underpinned by person-centred principles and approaches. The NT Quality and Safeguarding Framework recognises the importance of person-centred approaches that are essential for the safety, security and well-being of people with disability.
The Centre for Disability Studies will be delivering a series of workshops to providers to refine skills in and gain a deeper understanding of the values underpinning person-centred planning and practice.
This two day workshop will cover:
- current best practice approaches to supporting people with disability, including pre-planning conversations, creativity and imagination, supported decision making
- toolkit of person-centred practice planning tools and resources, relevant to the individual needs of people and communities
- flexible approaches to help balance person-centred practice with community centredness
- strategies to build networks and support colleagues in their person-centred practice
- growing person-centred practice under the NDIS
Emma Doukakis – Co-Leader Education and Training
Emma has a background in law and advocacy for people with disabilities, undertaking individual advocacy and facilitating self advocacy groups for people with intellectual disability. She is also a Citizen Advocate for a person with intellectual disability.
Laura Hogan – Leader Disability Access, Clinical Education & NDIS
Laura Hogan is an Occupational Therapist with experience working with people with disability across the lifespan with a special interest in supporting adolescents and adults with complex support needs. Laura is actively involved with a number of peak disability bodies including her role as the Chair of the NSW Division of the Australasian Society for Intellectual Disability (ASID) and a Board Director for ASID Ltd