September 25, 2018 9:30 AM to September 26, 2018 4:30 PM

You may not attend the second day without attending Day 1.

Maximum attendance 25 attendees


Participants will develop skills in person-centered thinking through a series of discussions, applied stories, and guided exercises. You will leave with a foundation for person-centered planning.

Person Centered Thinking (PCT) is the first and fundamental training providing participants with the basic knowledge on how to facilitate the use of the skills and tools to support others. Participants will develop their own descriptions using the skills and tools. Changing your thinking is the first step to person-centered planning.

This training offers 12-hours of learning and practicing how to use a variety of skills to discover information to support someone to have a better life.

The skills offer specific methods to discover information that identifies what is important to a person and what is important for a person. It is this discovery process that leads to finding the balance between important to and for which serves as the basis to create a description of a person that leads to action planning. The tools of discovery were developed by Michael Smull and the Learning Community to support people to get better lives…not just better plans.

Parents of Regional Center Clients may request funding to attend this conference.
Contact your child’s service coordinator to request this.
Provide the following information:
PHP’s SARC Vendor # ZS0105
Service Code: 102-100

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