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Building inclusion using Outcomes that                 Matter
   Individualised therapeutic programmes with    home/school support based on: Comprehensive      ecological assessment ...
   We work to facilitate change, supporting    individuals to feel well in their lives   Based on principles of positive...
•Confident                                  • Successful Individuals                                 learners             ...
   Sense of Belonging: attachment, identity, trust   Sense of Mastery: motivation, competence, self    esteem   Sense o...
   Based on Bronfenbrenner’s ecological    framework, considering the interrelationship    between the individual and the...
   Focus on relational ‘moments’ rather than    standardised outcomes   Narratives that capture relational accounts of  ...
   (E) Safety:                    (I) Actively Engaged in                                   Learning:   (E) Positive   ...
   (I) Planning and    Decision-Making:            (I) Service to Others:   (I) Personal Power:         (I) Peaceful C...
Actively Engaged in Learning: This young personparticipated in learning opportunities at school, inwork experiences or in ...
Belonging432    1    0        1   2   3    4   5   6   7    8   9   10 11                                                 ...
Mastery432    1    0        1    2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9 10                                              11 12      ...
Independence432    1    0        1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9 10                                             11 12   ...
Generosity432    1    0        1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9 10                                             11 12     ...
   Relational outcomes based framework   Inclusive   Enables more targeted and inclusive    recording   Can be used in...
   Brendtro, L, Larson, S. (2006). The resilience revolution.    Bloomington, IN: National Educational Service.   Fulche...
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A presentation on how Camphill, an independent residential school for children and young people with a variety of complex needs, began a new project (St Andrews) by applying its experience in using relationship based approaches to work positively with vulnerable individuals. Contributor : Camphill St Andrew’s Project

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  1. 1. Building inclusion using Outcomes that Matter
  2. 2.  Individualised therapeutic programmes with home/school support based on: Comprehensive ecological assessment — Intended outcomes are agreed with all involved Inclusive achievement profiles are drawn up on a weekly basis
  3. 3.  We work to facilitate change, supporting individuals to feel well in their lives Based on principles of positive psychology We cannot change other people, only work at changing ourselves Therapeutic programme is led by the individual child
  4. 4. •Confident • Successful Individuals learners Belonging Mastery Generosity Independence•Effective •Responsible contributors citizens
  5. 5.  Sense of Belonging: attachment, identity, trust Sense of Mastery: motivation, competence, self esteem Sense of Independence: autonomy, self direction Sense of Generosity: empathic, caring, supportive
  6. 6.  Based on Bronfenbrenner’s ecological framework, considering the interrelationship between the individual and the environment. Assessment focuses on how someone views the ‘world’ as well as how the ‘world’ views them and most importantly how the two interact.
  7. 7.  Focus on relational ‘moments’ rather than standardised outcomes Narratives that capture relational accounts of what is going on between an individual and their carers. Looking for both strengths and environmental opportunities
  8. 8.  (E) Safety:  (I) Actively Engaged in Learning: (E) Positive  (E) Supportive Communication: Environments: (E) Caring  (E) Carer’s Involvement Relationships: in Learning: (E) Carer Support:  (I) Motivation to Achieve: (E) Boundaries for Daily  (I) Making Use of Living: Learning Opportunities Belonging Mastery
  9. 9.  (I) Planning and Decision-Making:  (I) Service to Others: (I) Personal Power:  (I) Peaceful Conflict (I) Responsibility: Resolution:  (I) Caring: E)Activity programmes:  (I) Honesty: (I) Positive View of  (E) High Expectations: Personal Future: Independence Generosity
  10. 10. Actively Engaged in Learning: This young personparticipated in learning opportunities at school, inwork experiences or in other activities whichdeveloped her/his life skills.
  11. 11. Belonging432 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Boundaries for Daily Living 14 15 Carer Support 16 17 Caring Relationships 18 19 Positive Communication 20 Safety 21 22 23 24 Safety Positive Communication Caring Relationships Carer Support Boundaries for Daily Living
  12. 12. Mastery432 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Learning… 13 14 Motivation to Achieve 15 16 Carer Involvement in… 17 18 Supportive Environments 19 20 Actively Engaged in… 21 22 23 24 Actively Engaged in Learning Supportive Environments Carer Involvement in Learning Motivation to Achieve Learning Opportunities & Homework
  13. 13. Independence432 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Positive View of Future 13 14 Activity Programmes 15 16 Responsibility 17 18 Personal Power 19 20 Planning & Decision… 21 22 23 24 Planning & Decision Making Personal Power Responsibility Activity Programmes Positive View of Future
  14. 14. Generosity432 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 High Expectations 13 14 Honesty 15 16 Caring 17 18 Peaceful Conflict… 19 20 Service to Others 21 22 23 24 Service to Others Peaceful Conflict Resolution Caring Honesty High Expectations
  15. 15.  Relational outcomes based framework Inclusive Enables more targeted and inclusive recording Can be used in reviews for better communication with families and professionals Stimulates reflective team discussions
  16. 16.  Brendtro, L, Larson, S. (2006). The resilience revolution. Bloomington, IN: National Educational Service. Fulcher, L, C, Garfat, T. (2012). Outcomes that matter in out of home care. In Reclaiming children and youth, 20, (4), pp. 52-58 Smith,M, Fulcher,L. and Doran, P. (2013). Residential child care in practice: Making a difference. Policy Press.
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