Person-centred support planning
Support planning that delivers outcomes tailored to individuals is a key part of the work of support staff. As services become stretched, staff need to be able to develop relationships quickly, using all the information that is available to work with clients in delivering person-centred support. Engaging with clients, record-keeping and delivering outcomes need to be carried out effectively and efficiently.
What participants will learn:
- Supporting People requirements
- Essential skills and techniques
- The use of boundaries to build relationships
- To develop SMART objectives
- To record outcomes of involvement
- To empower clients to take responsibility where appropriate
- To engage with other agencies in delivering support to clients.
Who should attend?
The course is aimed at all staff who work with clients in a sheltered and supported housing setting, or who support and line-manage support staff.
It can be a stand-alone one day event, or can be combined with our Client needs and risk assessments – how to do them effectively in sheltered and supported housing training course to be run as a one-day refresher for more experienced staff who require updating, or as a two-day combined training event for new and/or inexperienced staff.
Steve Rafferty is an experienced trainer and consultant. He has worked in the housing sector since the early 1980s and has been delivering training courses within the supported housing sector for over ten years. He has also worked with numerous support providers throughout the UK and has helped to develop good practice.
HQN has a track record of helping organisations achieve real and lasting performance improvements. If you are interested in accessing this training package please contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org