Strengths-based Assessment and Support Planning Example
What are strengths?
Key principles of a strengths-based and person-led approach.
The Care Act 2014 – maximising strengths to promote wellbeing
Strengths-based assessment, planning and review: reframing the model, focus and language
Collaborating and coproducing to develop strengths and potential: support as facilitated learning and development.
Strengths-based toolbox – a range of strengths-based and solution-focused tools and techniques to engage and motivate people in assessment and planning
Creating outcomes-focused care/support plans.
The day will include a variety of interactive training exercises with plenty of opportunities for discussion in pairs and groups to explore and develop your understanding and practice and learn new skills.
You will go away with practical tools and good practice resources to help further embed your learning.
- Explain best practice principles of strengths-based and person-centred support
- Compare what’s different about strengths-based assessments of support and safety needs
- Develop outcomes-based care/support plans
- Identify strengths-based and learning approaches to collaborating with people and promoting their wellbeing
- Evaluate a range of strengths-based and solution-focused tools
- Reflect on your care/support work practice and the development of your strengths-based skills and collaborative approaches
Please note that core elements of this training can be reconfigured and customised to meet the specific focus/needs of your organisation. For further discussion and information please contact Brigid McKittrick: firstname.lastname@example.org