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The role of social care in services for people with disability

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  • 1. The Role of Social Care in Services for People with Disability Brian McClean Brothers Of Charity Roscommon
  • 2. Social Role Valorisation
    • Raise consciousness
    • Challenge perceptions
    • Provide valued social roles
    • Promote social inclusion
    Wolf Wolfensburger 1934 - 2011
  • 3. A Sense Of Home
    • Shelter
    • Hearth
    • Heart
    • Privacy
    • Identity
    • Abode
    • Paradise
  • 4. Shelter
    • Translating quality of life into service action: use of personal outcome measures in the Republic of Ireland
    • Bob McCormack and Margaret Farrell
    • 300 Irish People With Intellectual Disabilities
    • 30% not assured of freedom from abuse and neglect
    • 34% no expectation of basic privacy
    • 43% no best possible health outcome
    • 64% did not experience continuity and security
    The Ryan Report Religion and children in care or congregate living?
  • 5. Hearth
  • 6. Heart
    • Toolbox for Change: Reclaiming joy, purpose and commitment in the helping profession
  • 7. Privacy
  • 8. Identity
  • 9. Abode
    • Partial participation
    • Every moment has potential
    • Graded Assistance
    • Little and often
    • Maximising Choice and Control
  • 10. Paradise
    • Positive Emotion
    • Flow
    • Meaning
  • 11.
    • To be seen and met as a fellow human being with the capacity to discover one’s personal vision is to be encouraged determine for oneself, the things that happen in one’s own life. If, as staff, our actions inspire others to dream more, to learn more, to do more and to become more, we are working as effective skilled helpers.
  • 12. Francis’ Story
  • 13. Not Yet A Vision, Maybe A Glow

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