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Individual Life Design

Training & Facilitation

INDIVIDUAL LIFE DESIGN

Individual Life Designs are helpful when people are specifically looking to design their support when they are facing circumstances that involve change, for example someone leaving home or a hospital setting. Whatever the focus, this is a time for discovery (not assessment) and the conversations will discover a person’s gifts and capacities, their community and relationships and be grounded in the belief that people themselves and those that love, know and care about them are best placed to figure out what a good life is.

HIGHLY DETAILED PLANS

Importantly the plans created are highly detailed and include looking at the type of property, adaptions, who to live with (if anyone) or near, and the amount and type of support required.

Individual Life Design is NOT JUST simply about making a plan, finding a property and then adding staff accordingly. Individual Life Design is a process that explores a good life style and designs support that is going to help people get what they want out of life.

Paradigm’s work currently includes working with Local Authorities and NHS Trusts to support people currently in Assessment and Treatment Units and working with organisations supporting individuals moving from ‘registered care’ to ‘supported living’.  We can both facilitate plans for individuals and train others to facilitate.

I am amazed by how my daughter got involved and what you discovered…it was so different.  Thank you! (Mum, Swindon)

To find out more contact Sally:  Sallyw@paradigm-uk.org or call 07792405976

The essence of Individual Life Design is discovering what matters to the person and designing support accordingly.

Fulton and Kinsella

Paradigm

TALK TO PARADIGM

To talk through your needs contact hello@paradigm-uk.org or call 020 8870 8643.

Thank you so much to your team for facilitating TRULY individual services designs for six people we support. The process and the designs created showed deep listening to the wishes and needs of both the person and those important to them. The families have been so positive saying ‘It is one of the first times we have felt really included.’ The good news is that the plans are now being put into action and we have a very clear plan to share with the LA who were pushing to ‘fit people in’ to what they had available. Susan

CEO, London

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