Person-Centered Thinking Facilitator/Advisor Training
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About the Event
Open to Rhode Island residents/workers interested in Person-Centered Thinking!
Rhode Island is in the process of expanding and refining Person-Centered practices throughout the state. One of the most important components of Person-Centered Thinking is the Facilitator who advises and assists the person to actively participate in developing a plan for all domains of their life. A work group of people who have a developmental disability, family members, advocates and service providers developed the Rhode Island Person-Centered Thinking Guide. This Guide is the basis of this 18-hour training that will assist any interested person (who has real life experience with adolescents and/or adults who have developmental disabilities) to become a better facilitator and advisor. A Person-Centered Thinking Structural Components Outline is also available for a quick overview.
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Certificate of Completion: The Sherlock Center will provide a letter of completion upon request to attendees with verified attendance at all 6 sessions.
Reasonable Accommodation/Language Requests: If you need a reasonable accommodation (e.g., ASL Interpreter,), materials in an alternate format (e.g. large print) or information in a language other than English in order to fully participate in this event, please indicate your request on the registration three weeks prior to the first training date.
Requests or Questions? Contact Elaine Sollecito at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 401-456-2764.