Day 5 Community Inclusion Powerpoint.November

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WELCOME
Today’s Line Up
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What does the word “BARRIER” mean and what are examples of “Barriers”?

Partnership Activity –
Select 1 goal
Outline barriers
Outline possible solutions
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Responsibilities
Team Leaders
Team Partners

What is a bridge-builder?
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Group Work – Case Studies

Evaluation Forms

Reminders for Team Partners (Assignment / Project) and Team Leaders (Journals)
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THE LAST WORD…….
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Barriers????
Team Leaders (with support from Team Partners)
What does the word BARRIERS mean?
What examples can you give of BARRIERS?
Partnership Activity
 Put down 1 of your GOALS in the STAR
 With the support of your Team Partner, go to the 4
posters on the walls and chat about what Barriers
might stop you from achieving this GOAL. Write
them in the clouds.
 Sit down with your Team Partner and chat about how
you can over-come these Barriers.
TEAM LEADER
Responsibilities
When you are doing this project,
what is your job?
Conversational & Flipchart
Team Partner
Responsibilities
When you are doing this project,
what is your job?
Conversational & Flipchart
job,
We all may know someone in our
our day service or our residential
service who regularly gets what they
want….
They know HOW to ask for what they want,
They know WHO to ask for what they want
and
They know WHEN to ask for what they want!
3 PERSONALITY TYPES
WHEN MAKING A PLAN
Personality Number 1:
Sees where something isn’t happening so looks for the reason why not?
Then puts solutions together and runs them by people.
Takes on the helpful advice from others and ignores the negative feedback.
Then puts a plan in place and presents a proposal to his or her line
manager.
If the proposal is sanctioned then puts the plan in place.
Observes for progress, identifies where things could be improved and
celebrates the success of things that went well.
Where the plan doesn’t go to plan, the person will look for reasons why and
see how things can be done differently next time and puts the new plan into
place!
Personality Number 2:
Sees a great idea…rushes headlong into
their boss with the fab new idea.
Doesn’t see why the plan can’t be put into
place immediately and starts gung-ho.
Makes decisions without chatting to
others and then gives up easily at the first
hurdle.
They have great intentions but rarely
follow through on the PLAN.
Personality Number 3:
Says we tried that before and it didn’t work,
so why are we trying it again?
Tends to be negativein what they say or in
what they don’t say (body language).
Will identify the problems but not the
solutions.
When solutions are identified will give
reasons as to why these won’t work.
Audible or inaudible resistance (obvious
resistance).
Bridge Builders :
Team Partner
&
People I Know
(Family, Friends, Acquaintances
& Professionals)
&
MYSELF (Leader)
TEAM LEADER
COMMUNITY
BARRIERS
BRIDGEBUILDER
IS
IS NOT
 Positive
 Negative
 Keeps an open mind
 Limited by organisational
 Not afraid to fail
constraints
 Gives up easily or says “we
tried that before and it didn’t
work”
 Someone who works in
isolation
 Just about caring
 Tries, tries and tries again
 Asks people for ideas
 Is a new role for some people
 Stands back and sees the
bigger picture
Changing your mind…
 Mary decided that she would like to do some voluntary
work so she started volunteering for her local church. She
agreed that she will sweep the floor and put fresh water in
the vases every week. She promised the woman who works
in the church that she would be there every week to do the
cleaning. She went twice and did a fantastic job…the place
was sparkling!
• Now she has changed her mind and doesn’t want to go
anymore…what should she do?
 What should her team partner do?
No Transport!!!!
Zara is the TEAM LEADER. She wants to join a dance class that
runs twice a week in her Community in the evenings. She has
been advised that there is no transport available from the house
to bring her there.
 What can Zara do about this transport issue?
 What should her TEAM PARTNER do to help Zara?
NEW FRIENDS
Jim is the TEAM LEADER and has decided that he wants to meet
new friends who love Manchester United. He would like to be
friends with other Manchester United Football fans. He found
out that there is a supporters club where the fans meet every
Saturday afternoon to watch football, have a drink or two and
chat about the football.
 This sounded great to him….what should he do next?
 What should his team partner do?
Looking for a New Job
Damien is the TEAM LEADER. He wants to find a new job in his
Community. His dream job is working in a supermarket for 4
hours every week.
• What should Damien do to find his new job?
 What should his TEAM PARTNER do to help Damien?
EVALUATION FORMS
 Please take next 15 minutes to complete the
EVALUATION FORMS.
THANK YOU!
REMINDER TO TEAMS
 MAPS NEED TO BE ACCESSIBLE AND COMPLETED IN
PARTNERSHIP WITH EACHOTHER.
 THE COMMUNITY MAP NEEDS TO HAVE A MIXTURE
OF WHAT THE TEAM LEADER DOES NOW AND WHAT
YOU WISH TO DO IN THE FUTURE.
 THE NETWORK MAP NEEDS TO INCLUDE PEOPLE YOU
KNOW NOW AND PEOPLE YOU WILL NEED TO SPEAK
TO ABOUT YOUR GOALS IN THE FUTURE.
REMINDER TO TEAM PARTNERS
 Assignment (40%)
 Copies of 3 Mapping Tools – Capacity Inventory, Network
Mapping Tool and Community Mapping Information Tool.
 2 ACTUAL MAPS – Network Map and Community Map –
made in partnership with Team Leader and as accessible as
possible.
 Consent Form
 5 Written Sections – you must have a written account of every
section not just MAPS for section 3 & 4.
 PPS NUMBER AND DATE OF BIRTH ON COVER PAGE!
REMINDER TO TEAM PARTNERS
 Project (60%)
 Copies of 3 Mapping Tools – Capacity Inventory, Network
Mapping Tool and Community Mapping Information Tool. IF
THEY HAVE CHANGED SINCE SUBMITTING THE
ASSIGNMENT.
 2 ACTUAL MAPS – Network Map and Community Map –
made in partnership with Team Leader and as accessible as
possible. IF THEY HAVE CHANGED SINCE SUBMITTING
THE ASSIGNMENT.
 COMMUNITY INCLUSION ACTION PLAN
 10 Written Sections – you must have a written account of
every section not just MAPS for section 8.
REMINDER TO TEAM LEADERS
JOURNAL
FETAC LEVEL 1 – LISTENING & SPEAKING
6 LEARNING OUTCOMES MUST BE DONE!
PPS NUMBER AND DATE OF BIRTH ON
COVER PAGE!
ANY FINAL WORDS?????
TEAM LEADERS
&
TEAM PARTNERS
THANK YOU
For TAKING PART
For YOUR HONESTY
For SHARING YOUR JOURNEY
For BEING TEAM PLAYERS!!!!!

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