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New Resource Kit available for planners working with people who have complex needs

12 Feb 2016

This Planning Resource Kit is intended to strengthen existing good practice and to provide guidance for engaging a person with complex support needs in planning. The kit is aimed at workers in planning or related roles who engage with people with complex support needs.

The Planning Resource Kit focuses on the planning process which is envisaged as a three-stage process:

  • Stage 1: Pre-planning
  • Stage 2: Planning conversations
  • Stage 3: Plan-to-action

Each of these stages is described in this kit with explanatory notes and a case study example to assist the user to apply the concepts to their planning role.

The Planning Resource Kit is designed to be used in conjunction with other planning tools and resources appropriate to the person, the planner, the service sector and the broader context in which the planning is undertaken.

The Planning Resource Kit is hosted by the Intellectual Disability Behaviour Support Program at the University of New South Wales and is also available here.   

For further information contact Frances Murphy, Individualised Options 8303 6592.


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