Download From Person Centered Planning to Person Centered Thinking to A PDF

TitleFrom Person Centered Planning to Person Centered Thinking to A
File Size4.0 MB
Total Pages95
Table of Contents
                            What have we been learning: From Person Centered Planning to Person Centered ThinkingtoA Person Centered System
We want a system where -
But,  while demand is increasing in all states funding is decreasing (in many states)
When we look at the next decade
Demographics: The Adult Population is Aging
Demographic Shift  = America’s Care Gap
Slide Number 7
Just when you thought it was bleak enough…
What needs to change?
Leadership’s challenge
Leadership’s challenge (2)
Every state has 5 stories
Sequential Shared Delusional Disorder
The Evolution of Some of the Efforts
If you want to change values, start with behaviorBurke
Slide Number 16
Discontent is the engine of change
Slide Number 18
Slide Number 19
The importance of the environment
Helping people move and stay in the community
Helping people move and stay in the community
Slide Number 24
Slide Number 25
The Basic Approach:
The structure of the effort -
What is Person Centered Thinking?
Introduce and apply person centered thinking skills
Skills for Learning/Tools for Implementing
The core concept: important to and important for
Slide Number 35
Slide Number 36
Slide Number 37
Slide Number 38
Slide Number 39
Slide Number 40
Ask Yourself  “What do we know?” Before asking  “What do we do?”
Important To/Important For
Discovery/listening tools
Good Day/Bad Day
Good Day/Bad Day
Rituals and Routines
Ed and a cup of coffee
Rituals and Routines
Slide Number 49
Slide Number 50
Slide Number 51
Communication Chart
Management tools
Matching staff with those who use services
Slide Number 56
Defining  Roles and Responsibilities –using the “Donut”
Slide Number 58
Mindful Learning Tools
Slide Number 60
Slide Number 61
Working/Not Working
Slide Number 63
Mindful Learning:Learning Log
4 + 1 Questions
4 + 1 Questions
Sally’s One Page Profile
Slide Number 68
But there has to be more than training
There has to be an effort that takes the skills from training to habit
Those who take skills from training to habit are coaches, person centered thinking coaches
Coaches help the skills become habits
Leaders listen and act on what they hear
Leaders develop a change strategy
Leaders use  “quality management” techniques
Slide Number 76
Slide Number 77
What changes do we see in each level?
Transactional vs. Transformative*
Transformative Change
Transformative Change
What have states changed?
What have private agencies changed?
How did they make the changes?
How did they make the changes? (2)
From the system we need
From the system (2)
To help people move to better lives
From advocates we need
Slide Number 90
From agencies
From professionals
From the universities we need
We are in this together
For more information on:

Similer Documents