Conversations on Citizenship and Person-Centered Practice
Wednesday, November 30
9:00-5:00 p.m. ET
TASH Members $85
*lunch will be provided
This engaging pre-conference workshop will explore the ideals of citizenship as they relate to people who rely heavily on human service disability systems for support and access to typical community experiences. The workshop will include hosted conversations that explore the practice of supporting deep personal and organizational changes that contribute to the full expression of citizenship for people with significant disabilities.
Participants will be introduced to the newly developed Citizen- Centered Leadership Development Community of Practice (CCLD CoP) and the companion book, Conversations on Citizenship and Person-Centered Work, which was derived from interviews with leaders in the field of organization and social change, personcentered planning and non-traditional employment. Using a model that integrates elements from Appreciative Inquiry, the World Café and Circle Practice, the interactive conversations for this workshop will be rooted in core themes from the book.
Anyone who has a genuine desire to support the full participation and inclusion of individuals within community settings will benefit
from participating in this interactive workshop!
– Build confidence in your understanding of the intention and action that promotes authentic person-centered practices that lead to full participation
– Learn basic elements of Appreciative Inquiry, the World Café and Circle Practice as a way to invite meaningful conversations that lead to deep change
– Understand the distinction between and the role one plays in supporting authentic person-centered practice, communitybuilding and citizenship and the common practice of institutionalizing these concepts and theories into mandated programs
– Become familiar with the inter-relationship between the six areas that comprise the Citizen-Centered Leadership Development series
To register for this pre-conference workshop, visit here and follow the steps to register for the TASH Conference, selecting the pre-conference workshop you’d like to attend from the list of sessions.