"My life, my support”: self-directed support and person-centred planning (WS44)

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The session will focus on person-centred planning, collaboration between service users and professionals, choice, control and flexibility. It will also provide a personal perspective on what self-directed support means. Attendees will have an opportunity to think about SDS from different perspectives and reflect on its benefits and challenges.
Contributor: Scottish Government SDS team member and also an individual who is an advocate for person centred planning and self-directed support.

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"My life, my support”: self-directed support and person-centred planning (WS44)

  1. 1. “My life, my support”: Self-directedsupport and person-centred planning Peter SabineCraig Flunkert, Self-directed Support Team, Scottish Government Adam Milne, Self-directed Support Team, Scottish Government
  2. 2. Person-centred Self-directed planning support Welcome!Risk (enablement) ChoiceCollaboration
  3. 3. Who we areCraig and AdamPeter
  4. 4. Ground rules for theworkshop•Respect and value that everyone is different and will thinkdifferently about things.•Listen to each other and respect one another’s opinions•Get involved•Ask questions – but we may not always have theanswers!•Bring your challenges and your solutions!
  5. 5. What we plan to doTalk1. Scottish Government perspective2. Peter’s perspectiveListen, discuss and mingle3. Your perspective
  6. 6. Scottish Government perspective•Values and principles – collaboration, informedchoice, involvement•The whole journey - assessment, supportplanning and provision of support•All support arrangements – arranged support,individual service funds and direct payments•People not process•Creativity - doing things differently•Choice not dogma•Challenges and solutions
  7. 7. Peter’s perspective
  8. 8. Choice Person-centred planning ValuesYour perspective… .grab your post-its Risk (enablement)Creativity Collaboration

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