30 Minutes to Train
Matching Support is a valuable way to summarize the results of an intentional discovery process between someone who wants to provide person-centered support and the person who wants to receive that support. It is one of the first steps in staff recruitment for any organization that intends to honor the voice of the person in having choice and a level of control in who offers support, when it is offered and what it looks like. Having a good match makes support better for everyone involved. Bad matches can lead to bad outcomes.Firstperson Services S.T.A.R. System kits help you to use your team meetings to focus on one particular tool and practice using it, getting feedback and encouragement on their progress in using the Person Centered Thinking skills that they learned in the Introductory workshop. One approach is to decide which person-centered thinking tool is the priority for your team to be competent and confident in and focus there. Some team managers look at one tool per month.30-Minute S.T.A.R. Kit Staff Meeting Agenda:> After you SUMMARIZE the skill (5 minutes)> Choose a video from this course to present and TRAIN (10 minutes)> Then have either a small group conversation or set up pairs of staff for the conversation ACTIVITY using the Conversation Questions provided (10 minutes)> Finally, allow time for silent REFLECTION using reflection sheet. You can find this on the next slide or as a download using the link on the Conversation Starter document (5 minutes)
PCT Mentor Trainer credentialed through The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices and online coach for Charting the LifeCourse Ambassador Series.
This S.T.A.R. kit includes a link to view the on-demand video recording of a webinar on Matching Support with slides and narration, a link to access a Matching Support template, Conversation Questions and the S.T.A.R. Reflection Sheet.
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