Planning Tools for Inclusive Practice: Dynamic Processes for Change
Join us for three days of learning, discovery, and design, as we explore visual and inclusive processes of envisioning the future, and design ways to move forward and create change. This course is intended to develop awareness in using PATH and Personal Futures Planning. PATH is a planning process developed by Jack Pearpoint and John O’Brien, to assist people, groups, or organizations to move towards a positive future. Personal Futures Planning uses a foundation of capacity-based planning to design positive and possible futures. These tools are used by people with disabilities and their allies who wish to explore a different life course, and by associations of people looking to establish a vision along with a strategy to move towards it. For this introductory workshop, participants will focus on learning the basics of person-centered practice and graphic facilitation, and will be introduced to several tools. All will participate as team members in a model PATH and may experience PATH and PFP as a focus person, as a process facilitator, and as a graphic facilitator. All participants should be prepared to learn by doing, to work together, and to connect with a potent way to craft positive futures and find ways to move forward.
Collaborating Partners: The Rural India Supporting Trust
Lead Faculty: Elizabeth Neuville, Geeta Mondol, and Leela Raj
Pre-requisites: Prior exposure to a Social Role Valorization course
Registration Contact: Mr. Rachit Pandey, [email protected]