Person Centred Planning
Ask me what is most important in this world
Let me tell you.
It is people! It is people! It is people!
Yesterday at the Linton Hotel in East Linton, 25 enthusiasts including teachers, therapists, support workers, educational psychologists and education officers, met for training in Person Centred Planning using Graphic Facilitation.
The training was led by Colin and Derek of Inclusive Solutions, a national organisation whose aim is to support schools and local authorities to create fully inclusive schools and communities where all belong. They were delighted to tell us that East Lothian is the first authority in Scotland to invite them to deliver this training.
Many of us at the training recognise the need to look at the way that meetings are conducted – to be more creative so that they become more real and engaging. This is particularly essential when a child or young person’s future is being discussed.
Through this training we were able to understand Person Centred Planning, its values and applications. We practised the process in a supportive setting and had fun doing it! At the end of the day, we stood in the sunny garden of the Linton and enthused about what we had learned and shared.
If you are interested in hearing more about Person Centred Planning using Graphic Facilitation, please contact your cluster Educational Psychologist, Liz Herd or Linda Gaughan. More information available at www.inclusive-solutions.com including this link:
- The Origins of Person-Centered Planning – A Community of Practice Perspective (pdf, 27 pages)
Inclusion & Equality Officer