Regional Masterclasses, for just 12 people per class. Time will be spent looking in detail at how Personal Independence Payment is assessed. Participants will leave with the skills and knowledge to share with others and to ensure people access the disability benefits they are entitled to. Participants will be invited to bring along live â€˜case-studiesâ€™ to focus on. INCLUDES a follow up Webinar!
See full details here: Personal Independence Payment 14.9
This workshop, co-facilitated by Sally Warren (MD Paradigm) and an Expert by Experience, will introduce you to Reach resource pack. The Reach Standards are the only nationally recognised standards for Supported Living and welcomed by both local commissioners and Care Quality Commission.
In this practical workshop we will bring the resource to life, share tips, inspire and challenge each other to stay focused on the true principles of Support for LIVING.
Paradigm’s Managing Director, Sally Warren and an expert by experience will facilitate this course, designed to meet the specific needs of your organisation. The team will be working with up to 24 people from your organisation.
To see more details of this training, please see the flyer here:Â Reach Intro 2018 Team Training Day copy
To book this course:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or
Call: 020 8870 8643
These workshops, co-facilitated by Sally Warren (MD Paradigm) and an Expert by Experience, will introduce you to Reach resource pack. The Reach Standards are the only nationally recognised standards for Supported Living and welcomed by both local commissioners and Care Quality Commission.
In these practical workshops we will bring the resource to life, encourage sharing across organisations, inspire and challenge each other to stay focused on the true principles of Support for LIVING.
Dates and Locations:
To read more about the course, please see the flyer here: Reach Intro 2017 (regional workshops)
To book a place:
Email: email@example.com or
Call: 020 8870 8643
We regularly hear about support and creative initiatives across the country focusing on relationships and love BUT there is no national focus on sharing the work, the resources and connecting people to share ideas and develop their work. We are committed to connecting people, ideas and action!
Working alongside Claire Bates (Choice Support) and Michelle McCarthy (Tizard Centre) we are launching this national network to ensure we share, learn and act together accross the country. To see info about the Supported Loving national network click here:
Are you facing the toughest time that you can remember during your career? All the management theory tells us that excellent leadership is a crucial ingredient if we want to get excellent results. Austerity has brought with it enormous additional challenges for leaders in social care; never has there been a time in our sector when great leadership is as important!
At Paradigm, we exist to support organisations that work with people with learning disabilities in their role as catalysts for real and positive change. Right now we find ourselves required to deliver much more with far fewer resources.
We know that inspiring and effective leadership is one of the keys to meeting this challenge. Thatâ€™s why we are stepping into this space at this time.
You may be new to your role and would value someone helping you to work through your challenges, or equally much â€˜longer in the toothâ€™ and would value some fresh inspiration.
Either way, we are here to help with a brand new Paradigm coaching offer.
You can set to work on your issues with one of three highly experienced sector leaders, who are still out there â€˜in the thick of itâ€™ wrestling with the same challenges as you.
for more information about the course, please visit: In the thick of it
“With resources so tight, having managers coming back to the organisation from the course with a stronger and clearer sense of themselves as a resource for inclusion is invaluable….” Â (CEO Three Cs)
For the fourth year this Paradigm leadership programme focuses on the leadership of inclusion.
Using the building blocks of managing meaning, emotional wellbeing, dissent, attitudes, curiosity and continuous development, we will help you empower yourself and empower others.
During this program each participant will be encouraged to explore their role in securing a future where people are supported to live ordinary and valued lives.
Give us a call to find out more and/or see the full details here:Inclusive_Leadership_Lab_2016-17_flyer
Getta Life, a small organisation in Coventry which constantly demonstrates a style of support that enables people to be truly themselves. People who have previously been denied the freedom to live good ordinary lives.
We at Paradigm find their work inspirational and believe the book is a really helpful resource to both inspire, challenge and assist people to re-think what it is that enables good support to happen.
“Relationships are what matter in life; when their right, everything else is more likely to be right. (Sue Deeley and Julie Smith, Getta Life)”
We’ve got a life – A book about how people with learning difficulties have discovered who they are and claimed back their lives.
This book set out to show what makes a difference when supporting people with learning difficulties. A book about Hope, Love, Moving forward, Growth and Healing. It demonstrates a style of support that enables people to be truly themselves.
This can be achieved by: “Getting a life”, “Right People”, “Right Place”, “Right Time”, “Right Relationships”. With all this anything is possible. The book tells you how you can do this.
We’ve got a life – Four inspirational stories. The film compliments the book “We’ve got a life” and demonstrates how it all works in practise.
If you’re interesting in ordering the book or the film, or both, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 8870 8643. The price is Â£15 + postage each.
Alternatively, you can order the book and film by contacting Getta Life directly by emailing email@example.com or call 02476 632349.
Too few councils are meeting their obligations under the Care Act. For example, failure to provide independent advocates means many people are left without support to challenge council decisions about their care.
Belinda will cover legal and illegal cuts to budgets or services in the context of revision of care plans, funded advocacy, carers’ right to support/services, and charging developments, particularly in relation to publicly funded transport services.
This is your opportunity to hear from an expert in social care law. As the whole day is led by Belinda there is plenty of opportunity for discussion of individual problems.
For more information please see the flyer here: Seminar promo 2016