Ordinary Life - person centred practice We often train social workers and other professionals to develop their practice so it becomes more person centred, outcome focused and has equal citizenship at its heart. Social workers are able to use this experience as evidence for professional registration. After training teams in 2017, here is some of their feedback: Expand "This course reignited and bought the emphasis back of using customer’s strengths to produce a care plan that meets his/ her needs." "Provided opportunities to think outside of the box when doing assessments and care planning.''Trainer excellent in delivering training materials." "Very good facilitator." "Some useful pointers to get you to think outside the box." "A good refresher on being a positive practitioner and implementing a holistic approach, and moving on from deficit based practices." "Useful discussions, refreshed my thinking to ensure positives and that customers abilities are not missed." "I feel this was very useful. However, for staff to adopt this approach, I think further information is needed around strengths based and theory." "Very good delivered course, makes it clear about how a strengths based assessment should be. Need to get a complete picture of the customer." "Interesting conversations and information discussed." "Good informative session on how you view things and how thoughts and presentation can change the overall outcomes. Good opportunity to ask questions of the area managers." "I think it’s great to get minds and assessment skills changed in the approach." "Very informative and leaves me with much to contemplate." "Good course, interactive group work. Enjoyed sharing info and details and experiences of assessments, needs and models. Good standard and context." "Learning a better understanding of how to complete assessments." "Will definitely use the skills and approaches identified today." "Made me consider use of language and words in my assessments. Be more positive regarding abilities rather than needs."