Maps and PATH are planning frameworks designed to help restore dreams and ignite hope by drawing people together to envision, plan and enact constructive futures.
“Don’t just do something…..Sit there!”
Maps tells a person’s story so we can remember who they are. Their gifts are named to help achieve dreams and to avoid nightmares. Maps supports strengthening relationships and contributions through focused action steps.
“Don’t just sit there….. Do something!”
PATH sets out a person’s dreams, frames a positive and possible future and charts a detailed plan of action towards that future.
We hope many of you will join us in our exploration of this updated, new & deeper learning so that we can benefit from our collective wisdom as we move forward. We are trying to keep the group small, with a proposed limit of 30 people.
This three-day course is offered using the new book on PATH & MAPS as a primary resource. We will use the new course book, content and questions, to support each of us to belong and contribute as community members, as well as strengthen our facilitation practice.
Maps & Path – The new book
Think upgrade, version 2.0, incorporating new learning into a frame that continues to be a powerful learning approach for individuals, families and organizations. The new format
is complemented by new questions with a focus on community contribution – important updates within the well-proven frame.
This new course and book are for those who have been using PATH and MAPS and similar planning processes for days, months or even decades. We also welcome new practitioners who want to make a difference in people’s lives.
Director – Jeder Institute – Person Centred Planning Facilitator and Trainer, experienced at all levels in the disability sector as well as being a leader and develop of family capacity building and self-direction options.
Associate – Jeder Institute – Educator of Values in Practice, Person Centred Thinking and Planning, Maps & Path to individuals, families, support teams and service provider managers.
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