We believe that one-page profiles are the foundation of personalisation, and can lead to positive change for people, whatever their age or circumstances. Helen Sanderson Associates and The Learning Community for Person-Centred Practices are using one-page profiles to empower people to have greater choice and control in their life and work.
This blog shares with you the personal journeys of people at the end of their life, living with long-term illness, mental health conditions, dementia, learning disabilities and autism. It explores how children in schools, patients in hospitals and families have used one-page profiles to direct their own support and find their voice.
Guest bloggers from health, social care, education and families will be sharing their own experiences of using one-page profiles; how it has changed their relationships, the way they work and the way they live their life.
A one-page profile captures the important information about a person on a single sheet of paper; including what is important to them, what people appreciate about them, and how they want to be supported. We hope that this blog-site shares the difference that one-page profiles can make.
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