One page profiles
A one-page profile typically has three sections: an appreciation about the person; what is important to that person from their perspective; and how to support them well. A one-page profile can also be the beginning of a more detailed person-centred description. Once you have a one-page profile, each person-centred thinking tool used both leads to actions and further information which can be added, so that the document turns from being a one-page profile to a person-centred description
Health Actions Plans
hospital admission booklet final – This is for the Blackpool area but can be changed, it needs to be completed before someone goes to hospital and needs to be kept up to date.
Person centred reviews
pc reviews – From Helen Sanderson Associates
Person Centred Reviews Report – From Gill Bailey, Helen Sanderson, Charlotte Sweeny and Belinda Heaney.
my review workbook – Workbook developed by: Niki Marshall, Diane Staniforth and Ruth Mathiesen based on the year 9 Person Centred Review process by Helen Sanderson. From Sheffield Care Trust.
It is recommended that people develop their own format based on general categories. A communication checklist has been developed that will help you evaluate and self assess your use of communication tools with individuals therefore improving the quality of their support. Teams and support staff can use it with individuals and may find the checklist helpful as a reminder. Communication checklist
Community Circles – https://www.facebook.com/CommunityCircles We’re exploring how to create Community Circles at scale, using person-centred practices, so everyone can benefit
Circles Network – http://www.circlesnetwork.org.uk/index.asp?slevel=0z114z115&parent_id=115
Circles of Support are perhaps the area of work Circles Network is best known for.
Connectt4life – https://www.facebook.com/connect4lifelancashire
Connect4life is a new scheme in Lancashire designed to strengthen and support you to make a better life. It helps you to find support and connections.
My Life – https://www.facebook.com/pages/My-Life/210539359077538?fref=ts
My Life is a social enterprise that connects people with their communities.
Lancashire volunteers – https://www.facebook.com/lancashirevolunteers
Volunteers service run by lancashire County Council.
The volunteer centre BFW – http://www.volunteercentrebwf.org.uk/
‘To provide support and inspiration for volunteers, organisations and groups to develop volunteering in the community’
Community Solutions (Accrington) – http://www.csnw.co.uk
If you think you may know someone who would benefit from our services, such as Befriending or Food Bank, you will find referral forms on the relevant pages on our web site.