The Values Dynamic in Person-Centered Service Plan Development - King of Prussia
- June 26, 2012 - June 26, 2012
- 8:00AM - 3:30PM
THE VALUES DYNAMIC IN
SERVICE PLAN DEVELOPMENT
A One Day Professional Development Training for Service Coordinators and Care Managers
May 22, 2012 (9:00 am—4:30 pm) ▪ June 26, 2012 (9:00 am—4:30 pm) - King of Prussia, Pa.
By definition, a person-centered approach discovers and then acts on what is important to a person. This approach requires that workers listen, learn and focus on those things the people they serve value and/or see as important. The development of a person-centered service plan requires highly effective workers who come to understand how values are a central part of an effective planning process. These sessions will look at the person-centered approach and the skills workers must have in identifying values, the ability to balance competing values, and a very high level of awareness of how their own values can influence the dynamic nature of professional relationships with participants as well as understand the role values can play in conflict. These sessions will be presented by Bradley Levan, PCMI, a nationally recognized trainer who provides training and consultation to those working in the field of community based services. Course objectives follow. A more detailed session description is availlable by call the LTLTI at 717-541-4214.
- Build an appreciation for the importance of understanding and working with values in a person-centered approach.
- Develop a working definition of values and how they influence participants, workers and service delivery systems.
- Explore the relationship between values and the service plan development process.
- Create an appreciation for the concept of clinical flexibility (the worker’s capacity to accommodate and successfully work with a wide range of people).
- Develop and enhance the worker’s ability to identifying the full range of values likely to exist in any work with participants.
- Improve communications skills.
There is no cost to attend, but pre-registration is required.
Session runs 9:00 am—4:30 pm. Registration includes session, materials and lunch. Please note the session you plan to attend or register online at www.ltltrainingpa.org.
MAY 22—VALLEY FORGE CASINO RESORT, 1160 First Ave., King of
Prussia, PA 17111— Phone: (610) 354-8118
JUNE 26—VALLEY FORGE CASINO RESORT, 1160 First Ave., King of
Prussia, PA 17111--Phone: (610) 354-8118
Return completed form to: LTLTI, 525 S. 29th St., Harrisburg, PA 17104, OR fax to (717) 541-4217.
Important Information: An accessible format of this document is available upon request. Registration deadline is one week prior to the workshop. If you need special accommodations of any kind, please contact the Long Term Living Training Institute at 717-541-4214.
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