Getting a Life Get-Together October 2008 Holiday Inn, Bloomsbury

Getting a Life Get-Together
October 2008
Holiday Inn, Bloomsbury
Coram Street
London
WC1N 1HT
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Programme
Tuesday 7th October
2 - 6pm
Arrival, welcome desk, welcome pack,
registration and check-in
7pm
Welcome reception
Talk by Simon Whitehead, Acting National
Director – Learning Disabilities
8pm
Dinner
9pm
Moveable Feast Arts Company
Wednesday 8th October
9am
Teams to do their display boards
9.30am
Welcome back
Programme for the day
Groundrules
10am
Speakeasy
2 members of each group will stay with their
board and the rest will move around the room to
find out what others are doing
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11am
Break
11.15am
Our Choice
How do We Really Include People With Learning
Disabilities in Decision Making?
11.50am
What does this mean for us?
Each group has 10 minutes to think about
what action they will take as a result of the
presentation
12 noon
Customised Job Coaching:
Anne O’Bryan and Steve Parr
Anne
12.50pm
Steve
What does this mean for us?
Each group has 10 minutes to think about
what action they will take as a result of the
presentation
1pm
Lunch
2pm
How will we know that we are making a
difference?
Person-centred approaches and evaluation:
Jacqui
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Jacqui Warne, Jo Seddon and Nicola Gitsham
Nicola
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2.40pm
What does this mean for us?
Each group has 10 minutes to think about
what action they will take as a result of the
presentation
2.50pm
Break
3.05pm
Getting a Life –
The Big Plan
3.05pm
Benefits – How Far Can We Go?
George McInally
George
3.15pm
What does this mean for us?
Each group has 10 minutes to think about
what action they will take as a result of the
presentation
4pm
Next Steps
4.30pm
Home
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Photo gallery/What people wanted from the day
Norfolk
Andrew Hewson
Chris Haley
Danusia Latosinski
Helen Goddard
We have come to find
out about Getting a
Life
Andrew’s carer
Meeting everyone,
sharing ideas, learning
from others,
developing plan and
crystalising ideas
Finding out more-lots
of ideas. Time to think
about the project. A
good time!
Marcia Derbyshire
Kim Sadler
Alison Evans
Sara-Jane Sturman
Ideas, sharing
information, what's
going well and a rest
Finding out what
happens in different
regions
Networking sharing
ideas
Information gathering,
sharing ideas, making
plans for the future
steps
Steve Sargent
Sharing information
and ideas.
From personal budget
team
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STAG/Medway and Kent
Dawn Harris
Anton Smith
Beth Peal
Veronica Denny
New ideas. Good
stories from other
families. The whole
experience
Meeting new people
Learning from other
sites and sharing
experiences
Seeing how we can
join up services to
open opportunities to
fulfill people's lives
Steven Chapman
Des Sowerby
Jo Poynter
Sheelagh Smith
Working with a big
group
I had been looking
forward to meeting
people. Getting to
know and working
together with some
new people
Sharing regional
perspective. Meeting
people with similar
interests (wine)
Mike Walton
Jonathan Gardner
Jo Kidd
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Getting to know
people and sharing
good ideas
Learning from others
and feeling like a
national project
North Tyneside
Ian Walton
Anne Cassidy
Helen Witton
Carol Blake
Sharing and getting
new ideas
Learning from others
and sharing what we
are doing in North
Tyneside
Seeing how everyone
is getting on with their
project plan
Getting a Life would be
good!
New ideas
Passionate views
Sue Colvin
Matthew Ainsley
Kathleen Ainsley
Vicky Craig
Networking and
learning from others new ideas - good
practice
Meeting people
Looking forward to the
rest of Matthew's
(Getting a) Life…..
Getting some new
ideas to improve
services
Moveable Feast Arts
Ideas and inspiration
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Oldham and Manchester
Phil Sykes
Anna Fedeczko
Ken Stapleton
Chris Holliday
Setting out on a 3 year
journey and beyond!
Hearing about the
other programme sites
and sharing
information
Looking at innovation
around the country
and having fun
Learn new skills and
talk about it
Angela Davey
Gill Gilling
Sarah Lockwood
Stephen Blake
Planning and pinching
Sharing and pinching
ideas
Finding out what it’s
all about
Mark Burton
Margaret Pritchard
Cath Knowles
Thinking together
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Real joint planning
and ideas
A seamless transition
from child to young
people with
opportunities along
the way
Get some help to
make it happen
miEnterprise and Herefordshire
Tanya Kirby
Emrys Roberts
Nicki Gilbert
Jeremy Godwin
Hearing how others
are doing and sharing
ideas
New experiences
The enthusiasm of
shared ideas
Looking for ideas for
my book business
Mary Godwin
Jon Pitts
Stephanie Conham
Marion Beavan
Sharing ideas
Hearing what others
are doing
Listening and Learning
Sharing ideas and
networking
Mel Evans
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WEL steering group and guests
Paul McCourt
Hearing about
progress and plans
Office of Disability
Issues
Anne Williams
Learning about Getting
a Life! Meeting
people. Having a good
evening. Getting to
know and working
together with new
people
National Director,
Learning Disabilities
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Steve Jackson
Hearing about success
(no pressure)
Charlotte Spencer
Department of
Children, Schools
and Families
Hearing about what we
can do in Government
to help you. Getting to
know people over a
drink!
Catherine Bradshaw
Sara Merriman
Learning about how
the programme is
moving forward what's difficult and
how they are
overcoming the
difficulties
Department of
Children, Schools
and Families
Cabinet Office
Finding out about all
the good stuff
happening around the
country.
Council for Disabled
Children
Sally Hall-Demir
Meeting people,
watching the drama
group and enjoying the
meal
Office of the
National Director,
Learning Disabilities
Somerset/Roc + Torbay
David Maltby
Zoe Foster
Karen Cotterill
Joan Farleigh
Moving on - getting my
own place and
thinking about how
Learning about how to
get a flat with my
fiancee
To listen and learn
about others and the
presentations
Meeting others from
different areas and
meeting job centre
plus colleagues getting good practice
Mark Anders
Rebecca Prewer
Keith Brelstaff
Richard Salkeld
Learn from others
around the country
To share ideas and
experiences with each
project and work well
together
Reflect, share and
learn
Charlene Collins
Carolyn McNair
John Brookham
Staying in a hotel in
London
Hearing about how
other areas are
progressing
Learning
Getting to know my
regional colleagues
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Richmond
Caroline Barrett
Geraldine Herage
Paul Leonard
Making progress with
our plans and learning
from other sites
Finding out what
others are up to and
adding to our plan
Better coordination of
resources health,
education and work
Becky Powell
Gavin Edwards
Ben Finnigan
Meeting everyone else
and finding out how
they are doing
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Stealing ideas and
learning new things
Nicki Domer
Having fun
Helpers and speakers
Jo Seddon
New faces .. Making
friends, sharing
Inclusion trainer National
Development Team
Linda Jordan
Everyone being here!
Building strong links
between the Teams
GAL Programme
Manager
Margaret Royle
Welcoming everyone,
making sure you all
enjoy
GAL - Administration
Nicola Gitsham
Seeing the whole team
together and how we
can support each
other to achieve real
change so that young
people get real lives
and paid work
GAL Programme
Manager
Alick Mackenzie
Being part of the day,
learning more and
getting involved
Photographer and
film maker
Simon Whitehead
To make sure we are
all thinking jobs
Interim National
Director - Learning
Disabilities
Anne O'Bryan
Learning and thinking
of different ways to
make more of an
impact together
George McInally
Sharing knowledge
and getting to meet
people
Job coach trainer
Employment and
Benefits Expert
Emma Jenkinson
John Hersov
Seeing everyone again
Website designer
Stephen Parr
Making jobs
something people
really want and finding
ways to make it
happen
Job coach trainer
Getting to know and
working together with
new people
Advocate and
facilitator
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The Sites
Oldham
Manchester
South East with Kent and Medway
Richmond
Herfordshire with Mi Enterprise
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Somerset
Norfolk
North Tyneside
ROC with Torbay
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Context for Gettling a Life Project
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Plan for Gettling a Life Project
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Presentations
Simon Whitehead
What we know
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Very few people with more complex needs have a job
Many people in jobs work short hours
Some in jobs they don’t enjoy
Jobs are given to the most able people
Children with learning disabilities are often not expected
to get paid work
Many young people repeat the same curriculum in
schools and colleges. They do not get jobs at the end.
“We need to do away with the notion that some people are
capable and others incapable of employment. The issue is
more one of what support people need to work and
whether we can deliver it here, now and with the resources
we have.”
What Works, Beyer et al, Shaw Trust 2008
Cross government 3 year employment
strategy
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Creating the expectation of work - schools, colleges,
frontline staff, professionals
Disability employment services
Benefits
Employers
Partnership
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Getting a Life
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A very important part of the cross government strategy
Making systems work together so that young people get
jobs and therefore lives
We must learn from it - locally and nationally
Some of the things we need to learn from you
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How to get local leadership and sign up
How to make strong local partnerships including people
and carers
How to tackle the culture and workforce issues
How to make all systems and processes work in a
person centred way
How to use individual budgets and other funding
mechanisms together
What we need to learn
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How to get the right information and support to people
Finding and working with skilled employment
organisations
How to keep to task and measure performance
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Our Choice
Westminster Self Advocacy Group
How do you become equal partners?
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We have good communication with people we work
with.
We keep on telling people what we want until they listen.
Papers for the meeting have pictures and easy words.
We prepare for the meetings to give us confidence to
speak up.
We have lots of breaks in our meeting.
We give people rules on how to work with us.
Our Choice Rules
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We will treat all people with equal respect
Respect means being polite
Polite means giving eye contact, being friendly, listening,
giving everyone time to talk
Understanding means giving us accessible information
We will treat all people with equal respect
Understanding means giving us easy information
Bullying is not allowed
Traffic light cards let us stop the meeting when we do
not understand.
We get help to get to the meetings.
We use a building which meets everyone’s needs.
We keep trying to find the best way of working.
We make sure we have extra time in meetings for people
to think.
We sit in groups at the meeting with people we like.
We have good support from Our Choice for events like
London Forum, Big Days
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We have contact with the Police and Transport For
London. They tell people how we want to be treated.
We run disability awareness training for the Police and
staff in Westminster.
We interview staff that work with us. This makes us feel
in control.
We look at paper work and help make it easier to
understand.
Sarah Jane’s story
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I get direct payments to employ someone to work for
me.
I get time to prepare on my own.
I get one to one support
This helps me to have a voice in meetings.
We have one topic at a time in a meeting.
We get paid for being on the Partnership Board just like
anyone else.
Stephen’s Story
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The job of the co-chair was advertised. I applied for it
and went for an interview.
I got the job and I get paid for this.
I have a job coach and support from our Choice and the
learning disability team.
We use videos in the meetings.
In meetings we have to remember that not everyone
uses speech to communicate.
Sarah Jane uses a communication book.
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Getting a Life
through a Life Changing Job
Anne O’Bryan and Stephen Parr
It couldn’t be a better time to aim at a real career!
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Disability Discrimination Act, Public Sector Duty and
Reasonable Adjustment
Benefit Reform and Refocus
Social Inclusion Target
Valuing People Now - Person Centred Planning and
Employment as a priority
In Control and Self Directed Support
What is our approach?
Customised Employment
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An individualised route to open paid work
A negotiated job role which works for both employee
and employer
Offers equal support to the employer and the person
It can lead to full citizenship
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Anne
Stephen
Customised Employment - the milestones
Discovery and profiling
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Gathering information about a person to develop the ideal job
What we need to do for successful Customised Employment
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Identify the person’s contributions and tasks that they can
already do
Learn the environments, supports and strategies where the
person is at their best
Understand how the person’s disability impacts on their life
Identify what supports are needed in work
Develop a training/support plan
Information gathered in Discovery
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Already existing information,
From people who know the person best
In environments that make sense for the person.
How do we gather the information?
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Visit the person at home.
Talk to people who know the person well.
Look for strategies that work for the person.
Look for interests, contributions and skills.
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Through Discovery we learn about:
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Connections to people and the community
Interests and preferences
Individual contributions
Support needs and strategies or adaptations used by
the person or their supports
Planning meeting
This creates a plan that includes the person’s:
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Job conditions
Preferences and interests
Contributions - Skills, Personality, Experiences,
Qualifications, References
Task list they can offer an employer
Prioritised local employer list and contacts
Planning meeting design
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No more paid staff than family and friends
Comfortable place with facilitator and flip charts
Employment is the goal - the meeting belongs to person
Vicky’s Planning Meeting
Employer Discovery and Negotiation
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Gathering information about local employers that offer
the type of work that interests the person
And the art of securing an ideal job!
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Local employers for
Vicky to try
Information gathered in Discovery
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What do we know about someone?
What will be helpful to an employer?
How to present information to employers?
During Employer Discovery we learn about:
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What kind of people are employers looking for?
What are the ‘must have’ skills, what can people learn
over time?
What are the rules and how important are they?
For each employer what does success look like?
What makes a place of work ‘tick’
How do they hire, what other ways might they consider
What support is available when people start, what would
they think about a job coach
What’s the actual job they have in mind.
Vicky
Ken at work
What can we negotiate?
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Would the employer consider working interviews?
Could the person build to maximum hours over time?
Is flexible working offered?
Can people ‘get good’ at each element of job without
having to be good all at once when they start?
Would the employer consider a ‘buddy’ scheme?
Can people ‘major’ on some aspects of a job and trade
the elements that might be too difficult?
Does the employer offer job share?
Negotiation offers both parties a winning formula!
How can we help you?
Introduce Customised Employment for a wider audience
 Family led jobs
 Person centred job coach training
 Links to others working on this
Stephen Parr: [email protected]
Anne O’Bryan [email protected]
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Rosemary at work
Will at work
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The Inclusion Web
Jo Seddon - National Development Team
“To support excluded people on our society to get choice
and control over their services and supports so they can
live the life they want in their local community”
The Inclusion web
The Inclusion web for Steve
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Jo Seddon
Inclusion Spreadsheet
The Inclusion Web
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User-led. Each person uses their personal definition of
the important people and places in their life.
Rich picture. Qualitative, quantitative and graphic
aspects combine.
It can be read ‘at a glance’.
Promotes individual planning.
Encourages the person to make their own plans and review changes.
Performance monitoring. Allows monitoring of changes in a
population over time.
Wide interest – Network covers Lancashire, Oxford, London, Bristol,
Worcestershire, Liverpool etc.
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Evaluating Person Centred Approaches
Jacqui Warne - Head Teacher Ellen Tinkham School, Devon
Everyone will be the best that they can be
No-one is excluded
Everyone has a voice
Core Promise
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Person centred review
1 x page profile
Communication chart
Decision making agreement
Personalised home:school agreement
What’s Working?
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Using one page profiles
Person Centred Reviews for all (3 - 19)
Individualised learning
United community with one vision and moral purpose
Person centred thinking driving systems
Empowerment
Pupils voice policy in action
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Jacqui Warne
Making a Difference to Me
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Action plans that happen
Asking how it went
Making it better next time
Say what you mean and mean what you say
Asking, Listening, Hearing
Coaching for facilitators
Making learning relevant to improve my life chances
Making a Difference to School
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The 6th ECM outcome: Dream and Aspire!
School development planning
Curriculum development and emphasis on skills not stuff
Using What’s Working/Not Working and Important for the Future
Asking the right questions
PCAPs for staff
Checking that is has made a Difference
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OfSTED
Inclusion Quality Mark
Investors In People
CfBT bid for research project
Staff CPD
Curriculum evaluations
Assessments
Action plan evaluations
My Plan = My School
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Whose school is it anyway?
What’s working
What’s not working
What’s Important for the future
Citizenship Model
Essential Lifestyle Planning
Essential Family Lifestyle Planning
A Book!!
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Outcomes and Skills
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Every Child Matters (Healthy; Safe; Enjoy and Achieve, Economic Well-being,
Positive Contribution)
6 Keys to Citizenship (Self Determination; Direction; Money; Home;
Support; Community Life)
Ellen Tinkham Key Skills (Daily Living Skills; Improving my Own
Performance; Problem Solving and Communication; Physical Orientation
and Mobility; Working with Others)
School Development Planning
Key Priority Area
Threads/ Strands
Issues
Key Data Sources
Access
Physical access
Behavioural/ learning
styles
Sensory access
Student voice/
advocacy
Person Centred
Thinking
Admissions
Transition
Inclusion
Access to learning and
opportunity
Access to resources/ areas
Personalisation processes and
planning
Transition into adult life and the
Citizenship model
Every Child Matters/ Keys to
Citizenship outcomes
Student voice systems and
impact
Multi agency working
Staff training
Parent support
Admission
P.C. processes QA data/
evaluations
What’s working/ not working
Important for the future
Aggregated action plans
Student voice data (includes
behaviour monitoring data)
DDA/ access audits
Specialist support feedback/
reports
Curriculum
Sensory
Physical
Academic
Creative
Work related learning
ECM
6 Keys to Citizenship
Personalised learning strands/
choice
Assessment and accreditation
Achievement and aspiration
Transition into adult life and the
Citizenship model
Staff training
Purpose/ direction
Enrichment (Gateway/ D of E)
Inclusion and outreach
Statutory curriculum offer
What’s working/ not working
What’s important now
What’s important for the future
Assessment data
Accreditation feedback
Student voice data other that PC
planning as above
Staff training feedback
Leadership
Strategy and
effectiveness
Innovation and
capacity to improve
Outreach/ Training
offer
CPD and professional
development
HR/ Employee
relations/induction
Finance, Premises,
efficiency
School improvement
Management
Capacity and Training
Hold safe pupil dreams and
aspirations
Pupil achievement
School coherence and vision
Commitment to Core Promise
Effective multi agency working
Targeting resources
What’s working/ not working
What’s important for the future
Working/ not working/. Important
for the future data from
professional development
Analysis of Access and Curriculum
data
National/ International initiatives
Outside checks eg Ofsted, SIP, IIP
Student voice data
Monitoring data
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From person-centred reviews to strategic
change
Nicola Gitsham - GAL Programme Manager
Nicola Gitsham
We want to use the information gathered from people’s person-centred
reviews and plans to infulence what needs to change locally, regionally and
nationally. This diagram shows how this can happen. We want all of the
Getting a Life sites to use this approach.
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Benefits - How far can we go?
North Lanarkshire Supported Employment Service
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Set up in 1999 - Real Jobs for Real Pay
Full-time Work (16 hours plus)
Integrated Work Place
George McInally
Supported Employment Model
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Vocational Profiling
Job Description
Job Finding
Job Support
Job Monitoring
What has been achieved
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210 Service Users
193 Completed Vocational Profiles
17 Vocational Profiles in Progress
128 People Supported in Word
183 Jobs in Total (inc. 2nd/3rd Jobs)
Referral
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People with Learning Disabilities
People with Mental Health Problems
People with Acquired Brain Injuries
People with Sensory Impairments
On Referral
 Welfare Benefit Check
 Look at Service Users Benefits as Well as Families
Paul was 23 years old when referred to the service. Paul
(26) started work on 9th July 2006 as a Dining Room Host
with McDonalds and works 16 hours per week.
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On referral Paul received £59.15 in benefits
When employed his income was £226.73
An increase of £167.58
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Achievements
Lynsay worked as an Admin Assistant for the Child Support
Agency from January 2001 to March 2006 and worked 35
hours per week.
From March 2006 he has worked as an Admin Assistant
with Scottish Executive Transport Scotland working 37
hours per week.
Overall better off calculation: £235.48
Impact of work on those working 16+ hours a week
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Better off financially
More self confidence
Social integration
Benefit to Others
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Parents & Carers
Savings to the Government and the local council
Helps the local economy
Better public perception of disability
North Lanarkshire Supported Employment Service
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Service Manager
2 Senior Supported Employment Officers
18 Job Coaches
Revenue Costs: £800,000
Senior Officer and political support. Strategic vision
Partnership Working
Service developed by Social Work.
Supported by key partners:
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Lanarkshire Enterprise
Corporate Partners
NHS Lanarkshire
DWP
Private Sector
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Some People who have found work
Donna
Customer Service
Colin
General Assistant
Ross
Warehouse Assistant
Martin
Roadsweeper Grade 2
Karen
Basket Assembly
Alan
Production Line Operator
Asda
NLC Council
Tesco Stores
Boots Distribution
Asda, Motherwell
Pataks Foods
Feedback from the day
What do we need to do differently?
Accessibility
Focussed activities for the young people
 A workshop by students in transition how best to involve students - and not
be tokenistic
 If we are to include people with learning disabilities we need to find ways of
making the content more accessible (suggestion - groups to support them)
too dominated by the needs of professionals
 A lot not accessible
 Being inclusive and accessible is about attitude - not pictures and
diagrammes
 People with learning difficulties are still not meaningfully involved - this
needs to change
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Find something for the young people to do while talking (it goes over their
head)
Presentations
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Too full - presentations need to be more snappy
Short presentations
Some info although useful, too long winded. Needed breaking down
You don't absorb information after so many minutes. Too much information
Too much information! Did not understand
The presentation was too long - at one point 4 people were asleep. People
need to shut up
Networking
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Not enough discussion on issues
Mixing teams to share thinking on specific topics allows network/sharing
ideas
More networking time
More time to discuss in our own groups
Not enough time to chat amongst ourselves
Time elements too rushed - not enough opportunity to discuss what each
LA/area are doing as well as the guest speakers
More time for talking together
General
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The day was quite intense - a lot to get through
Difficult to hear each group as too many in the room
Difficult to hear group presentations due to proximity of other groups and
tables. Maybe another room next time?
Day 2 too packed and room could have been more comfy
Solution finding -less philosophy
Had to book train months in advance but did not have the programme
Key allocation
Really sorry to miss George
Speakeasy - exhausting and not accessible
Noise level difficult at times and space small. Otherwise venue good. Next
time more chance to reflect
Is there a better way of doing speakeasy?
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We have heard things that we already know
Generic support from the wider community of employers
Capacity building in local communities
Get health input
Not heard anything particularly new which is kind of reassuring
Some need for clarification about expectations
Practical examples of engaging employers
Its not broke don't fix it!!
People are stretching things to make it sound great-or may be its new to
them?
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Finding out about the jobs our professionals do in children and adult
services
Good mix of inputs
Food!
Meeting everyone, networking, different views and different problems etc
Found opportunity to meet areas very informative and interesting but
would have liked more time for informal discussion with areas of particular
interest
Talking with John H last night
Good venue
Enjoyed the stay
Music (last night show)
The show last night - GREAT!
Moveable Feast
Networking very good
Moveable Feast
A can-do conference HAD A BALL Really buzzing atmosphere
Great finding out what others are doing
Really interesting
Making contacts to follow customised job coaching
John and Anne
Inspirational speakers
Enjoyed real pioneering work in Ellen Tinkham school
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Good practice
Nice venue!
Wholefood planet Norwich CIC
Gained new independent experience
I liked talking to people
Presentation and ideas from Jacquie (head teacher) were great
The people, the venue, the discussion
Moveable Feast - brilliant
Hotel feels special
Lots of information (perhaps too much) Good overview/nice balance of
information Better idea of what we need to focus on
The big picture
Meeting others from different areas. Finding out how they are progressing
Enjoyed seeing what everyone else is doing. Really enjoyed PCP course run
by HSA and hearing how it was working today
Great networking
Sharing information and experiences
Information about opportunities for people to gain employment even selfemployment
Some good examples of good projects
I liked listening to experiences and possible ways forward
Real examples of projects
The opportunity of hearing what is happening nationally. Interesting
speakers
Excellent speakers and presentations
Opportunity to stand back/reflect, meet others and share ideas
Lovely to have the support and experience of other groups
Ideas about how to evaluate were useful ie inclusion web
The Oldham ideas…..FAB
Got a lot of experience to take back home
Visited London museum
Good range of information
Been good talking to people
Good venue/Contacts
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Email contacts for people taking part
Somerset
Keith Brelstaff
Richard Salkeld
Carolyn McNair
John Brookham
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ROC/Torbay
Mark Anders
Joan Farleigh
Rebecca Prewer
Karen Cotterill
Helen Toker-Lester
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Oldham
Angela Davey
Ken Stapleton
Sean Cook
Philip Sykes
Gill Gilling
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Manchester
Mark Burton
Anna Fedeczro
Cath Knowles
Chris Hulse
Margaret Pritchard
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miEnterprise/Herefordshire
Marion Beavan
Tanya Kirby
Stephanie Canham
Nicki Gilbert
Mel Evans
Jane
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Jon Pitts
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Norfolk
Marcia Derbyshire
Danusia Latosinski
Alison Evans
Helen Goddard
Sara-Jane Sturman
Steve Sargent
Kim Sadler
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North Tyneside
Helen Witton
Sue Colvin
Carol Blake
Ian Walton
Anne Cassidy
Kathleen Ainsley
Matthew Ainsley
Vicky Craig
Dave Barras
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STAG/Medway/Kent
Beth Peal
Anton Smith
Jo Kidd
Kathy Melling
Sheelagh Smith
Michael Dalton
Jackie Wright
Jonathan Gardam
Veronica Denny
Jo Poynter
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jackie.[email protected]
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Richmond
Geraldine Herage
Gavin Edwards
Paul Leonard
Caroline Barrett
Caroline Kerr-Smith
Sharon Madigan
Becky Powell
Di Manning
Ben Finnigan
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Getting a Life Programme Managers
Linda Jordan
Nicola Gitsham
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