Written in 1996 (by Robert Schalock)and reprinted in 1997, this article suggests that quality of life measures could be/should be a valued component of quality assurance standards. Are we there yet?
2020 Person Centered Thinking Training flyer Here’s a listing of two-day trainings offered by Mains’l. Person-centered thinking (PCT) focuses on empowering people receiving supports to have positive control over a life they find meaningful. PCT approaches respectfully address issues of health and safety from a variety of perspectives. In this 2-day interactive training participants learn to … Read more2020 2-Day Person Centered Thinking Training
It’s getting close to Gathering time in Petaluma! More information inside about our April 1-2, 2020 get together.
A reminder that screening can help doctors find and prevent some types of cancer early.
Supporting individuals and staff who have a hard time remembering to take their medication when they’re out and about.
Supporting people who have a hard time swallowing medication. Watch A Spoonful of Yogurt.
Essential lifestyle plans are developed through a process of listening, learning and acting. In the pages that follow, you will find a collection of articles on how to do that in a responsible way. A way that supports people in living the good quality life they deserve. These are selected writings by Michael W. Smull on … Read moreListen, Learn, Act
Written by Helen Saunders and Associates and published by the UK Department of Health, this information is designed to help providers know how to use person-centred planning approaches to deliver truly person-centred services. Person Centred Planning Advice for Providers
A workbook for helping people with disabilities evaluate the places they live and work. This is a workbook about PROGRAM EVALUATION. That means looking at the things a program is good at (its strengths) and the things it should work on (its needs). It is a way to help a program improve and get better … Read moreANDI for Consumers
It is hoped that the information in this guide is written in a way that is easy to understand. This was done so that; people with developmental disabilities who read, can read it and use it; people who advocate for those who cannot read can explain it more easily; we can all understand. Its-My-Choice by … Read moreIt’s MY Choice