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Person-centred thinking tools
Person-centred thinking tools help people to think and plan for their life.
What are person-centred thinking tools?
Person-centred thinking tools are a set of easy to use templates that are used to give structure to conversations. Using them is a practical way to capture information that feeds into care and support planning, as well as to improve understanding, communication and relationships.
Explore the tools and download templates
We use the following person-centred thinking tools. Click for more info and templates:
Sorting important to/for
What’s working/not working
Presence to contribution
Good day/bad day
Decision making profile
Decision making agreement
4 plus 1 questions
How we can help you to use person-centred thinking tools
Courses and programmes
You can learn about Person-Centred Thinking Tools through many of our courses and training programmes, including:
Facilitating Person-Centred Reviews
Person-Centred Reviews for people with dementia and their families
Books and publications
Many of our books, including Personalisation in Practice, Person-Centred Thinking with Older People, and A Practical Guide to Personalisation introduce the concepts relevant to Care and Support Planning. You can explore the full range of books at www.hsapress.co.uk.