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Are your Services Person Centred?

Are your Services Person Centred?

Disability Sheffield, with funding from Skills for Care is co-producing a ‘How to Guide’ for supervision and appraisals in health and social care in Sheffield.

Over the next few weeks, starting on Friday 23 November, we are holding a number of workshops to find out peoples’ views and experiences about person centred approaches and how they can be put into workplace supervision and appraisals.

The workshops are mainly for front line workers and managers in health and social care in Sheffield. One of the workshops on Monday 3 December from 10.30am to 12.30pm at The Circle is specifically for people who employ personal assistants and others who have an interest in this area.

A £15 participation fee is available for people who use services and we can also reimburse travel expenses.

If you have an experience to share, or something to say about health and social care and person centred approaches in supervision please do come along to one of the workshops.

You can view the workshop dates and book a workshop place on Eventbrite on our flyer

For more information or if you require us to do anything to facilitate access please contact Stephen Lee Hodgkins on 07951050153, email hiya@stephenleehodgkins.net or Sandy Marshall on 07582 372396, email sandyannm@hotmail.co.uk .

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