Mini books

In this section you will find our full range of mini books available for purchase.

Person-Centred Practices in Hospital and Community

Price £7.50
Format 105 x 150mm, 29 pages, spiral bound

Person-Centred Practices in Hospital and Community

This is a quick reference guide to how person-centred practices can help you deliver patient-centred care in hospitals and the community. There are a range of person-centred practices that can be useful in different situations, with both patients and staff.

This minibook is intended as a quick reminder to support you to be able to use your training in person centred practices. At the end of the minibook we show how person-centred practices can help deliver the 6 C's of nursing.

One-Page Profile Meetings

Price £7.50
Format 105 x 150mm, 17 pages, spiral bound

One-Page Profile Meetings

The One-Page Profile meeting process was developed by Helen Sanderson Associates based on work by The Learning Community.

 

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Person Centred Thinking to Support People with Dementia

Price £7.50
Format 105 x 150mm, 23 pages, spiral bound

Person Centred Thinking to Support People with Dementia

This little book of person-centred thinking tools will help you to support people well. Person centred thinking tools also enable qualitative observations, for example, dementia care mapping. The person-centred thinking tools offer practical ways to gather information and make positive changes for people.

 

For courses on using Person-Centred Thinking with people with dementia see HSA Courses.

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Person Centred Thinking Minibook

Price £7.50
Format 105 x 150mm, 35 pages, spiral bound

Person Centred Thinking Minibook

A pocket sized, quick reference minibook of person-centred thinking tools. This includes: sorting what's important to/for us; the doughnut sort; sorting what's working/not working; communication chart; like and admire; relationship circles; learning log. Produced in partnership with The Learning Community for Person-Centred Practice.

 

For courses on using Person-Centred Thinking see HSA Course.

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Person Centred Thinking- Penser en fonction de la personne

Format 105 x 150mm, 35 pages, spiral bound

Person Centred Thinking- Penser en fonction de la personne

A pocket sized, quick reference minibook of person-centred thinking tools. This includes: sorting what's important to/for us; the doughnut sort; sorting what's working/not working; communication chart; like and admire; relationship circles; learning log. Produced in partnership with The Learning Community for Person-Centred Practice.

 

This publication is available on request, please e-mail juliem@hsacanada.ca

 

For courses on using Person-Centred Thinking see HSA Course.

 

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Personen- Zentriertes Denken

Format 105 x 150mm, 35 pages, spiral bound

Personen- Zentriertes Denken

A pocket sized, quick reference minibook of person-centred thinking tools. This includes: sorting what's important to/for us; the doughnut sort; sorting what's working/not working; communication chart; like and admire; relationship circles; learning log. Produced in partnership with The Learning Community for Person-Centred Practice.

 

This publication is available on request, please e-mail andy@hsapress.co.uk

 

For courses on using Person-Centred Thinking see HSA Course.

 

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Myšlení zaměřené na člověka

Format 105 x 150mm, 35 pages, spiral bound

Myšlení zaměřené na člověka

A pocket sized, quick reference minibook of person-centred thinking tools. This includes: sorting what's important to/for us; the doughnut sort; sorting what's working/not working; communication chart; like and admire; relationship circles; learning log. Produced in partnership with The Learning Community for Person-Centred Practice.

 

For courses on using Person-Centred Thinking see HSA Course.

 

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yksilökeskeisen suunnittelun työvälineitä

Format 105 x 150mm, 33 pages, spiral bound

yksilökeskeisen suunnittelun työvälineitä

Created with Kehitysvammaisten Palvelusäätiö.

A pocket sized, quick reference minibook of person-centred thinking tools. This includes: sorting what's important to/for us; the doughnut sort; sorting what's working/not working; communication chart; like and admire; relationship circles; learning log. Produced in partnership with The Learning Community for Person-Centred Practice and Kehitysvammaisten Palvelusäätiö.

 

For courses on using Person-Centred Thinking see HSA Courses.

 

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Person Centred Thinking Minibook for People Who Use Mental Health Services

Price £7.50
Format 105 x 150mm, 35 pages, spiral bound

Person Centred Thinking Minibook for People Who Use Mental Health Services

A pocket sized, quick reference minibook of person-centred thinking tools and how they can be used with people who use mental health services. This includes: sorting what's important to/for; the doughnut sort; matching staff; sorting what's working/not working; communication chart; like and admire; relationship circles; four and one questions; citizenship; learning log; decision making agreement; presence to contribution; stay well plans; person centred reviews; positive and productive meetings. Produced in partnership with The Learning Community for Person-Centred Practice and University of Chester.

 

For courses on using Person-Centred Thinking see HSA Courses.

 

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Person Centred Thinking with Older People

Price £7.50
Format 105 x 150mm, 35 pages, spiral bound

Person Centred Thinking with Older People

A pocket sized, quick reference minibook of person centred thinking tools for older people. This includes: Appreciations; relationships; sorting what's important to/for us; the doughnut sort; sorting what's working/not working; communication; histories; wishing; good days and bad days. Produced in partnership with The Learning Community for Person Centred Practice.

 

For courses on using Person Centred Thinking see HSA Courses

 

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Person Centred Thinking and Health

Price £7.50
Format 105 x 150mm, 35 pages, spiral bound

Person Centred Thinking and Health

A pocket sized, quick reference minibook of person centred thinking tools around health issues. This includes: sorting what's important to/for us; the doughnut sort; sorting what's working/not working; communication chart; like and admire; relationship circles; learning log, four plus one questions; decision making agreement; stay well plan; person centred review; like and admire. Produced in partnership with The Learning Community for Person Centred Practice.

 

For courses on using Person Centred Thinking see HSA Courses.

 

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Person Centred Thinking for People who have Autism

Price £7.50
Format 105x150mm, 37 pages, spiral bound

Person Centred Thinking for People who have Autism

HSA have worked with the National Autistic Society to produce a minibook on person centred thinking and autism.

 

For courses on using Person Centred Thinking see HSA Courses.

 

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Community Connecting

Price £9.95
Format 105x 150mm, 61 pages, spiral bound

Community Connecting

A range of person centred thinking tools focused on connecting people in their community. This includes: Relationship circles; who am I - my gifts and capacities; who am I - my style; hopes and dreams; matching support; challenges and supports; mapping our networks; passion audit; who am I - my places; community map; what happened here?; presence to contribution; doughnut.

 

For courses on using Person Centred Thinking see HSA Courses.

 

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Person Centred Thinking - End of life

Price £7.50
Format 105 x 150mm, 32 pages, spiral bound

Person Centred Thinking - End of life

A range of person centred thinking tools focused on the end of life. This includes: Relationship circles; Sorting important to/for; Good days and bad days; Sorting working/ not working; If I could I would; The doughnut sort; Histories/ how I want to be remembered; How I communicate with you; Decision making agreement; Matching staff; learning log; 4 +1 questions; Circle of influence; Person Centred Reviews.

 

For courses on using Person Centred Thinking see HSA Courses.

 

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Citizenship Review- a handbook for facilitators

Price £4.50
Format 105 x 150mm, 17 pages, spiral bound

Citizenship Review- a handbook for facilitators

A pocket sized, quick reference minibook for citizenship reviews. This looks at what is possible, setting priorities and then working out how to make this happen for the individual.

 

 

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Person Centred Thinking - Reablement

Price £7.50
Format 105 x 150mm, 35 pages, spiral bound

Person Centred Thinking - Reablement

A pocket sized, quick reference minibook of person centred thinking tools for reablement. This includes: sorting what's important to/for; the doughnut sort; appreciation tool; good day/ bad day; matching staff; relationship circle; support to confidence; communication charts; learning log; sorting what's working/not working; 4+1 questions; histories; decision making agreement; circle of influence; the person centred risk tool; one page profile in action. Produced in partnership with The Learning Community for Person Centred Practice.

 

For courses on using Person Centred Thinking see HSA Courses.

 

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Working/ Not Working Review- A Handbook for Facilitators

Price £4.50
Format 105 x 150mm, 15 pages, spiral bound

Working/ Not Working Review- A Handbook for Facilitators

The review process was developed by Helen Sanderson based on work by Michael Smull and The Learning Community for Person Centred Practices

This includes: setting the scene; flipchart headings; the review meeting -  starting the meeting, explanation, sharing and recording information, reviewing the information action planning, closing the meeting.

 

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Important To/For Review - A Handbook for Facilitators

Price £4.50
Format 105 x 150mm, 17 pages, spiral bound

Important To/For Review - A Handbook for Facilitators

The review process was developed by Helen Sanderson based on work by Michael Smull and The Learning Community for Person Centred Practices

 

This includes: setting the scene; flipchart headings; the review meeting -  starting the meeting, explanation, sharing and recording information, reviewing the information action planning, closing the meeting.

 

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Person Centred Thinking to Support People who use British Sign Language

Person Centred Thinking to Support People who use British Sign Language

This little book of person centred thinking tools will help you to support people who are d/Deaf and use British Sign Language (BSL). The tools have been adapted to use words and grammar which are consistent with BSL. As BSL is a rich and creative language this will act as a starting point for interpreting and communicating how the tools can be used. The adaptations were made as a result of working with people providing and receiving support who use BSL as their first language.

 

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Person-centred Reviews for Primary Schools

Price £6.50
Format 105 x 150mm, 19 pages, spiral bound

Person-centred Reviews for Primary Schools

This minibook outlines the process and format of a Person-centred review and illustrates how the information for a person-centred Review contributes to the 0-25 Education, Health and Care Plan.

This minibook was developed for Darlington, a SEND pathfinder focusing on Preparing for adulthood.

The 0-25 Education, Health and Care Plan uses a range of Person-centred thinking tools and the format was developed based on learning and feedback from of the SEND pathfinder sites, in partnership with Preparing for Adulthood.

 

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Person-centred Reviews for Secondary Schools

Price £6.50
Format 105 x 150mm, 19 pages, spiral bound

Person-centred Reviews for Secondary Schools

This minibook outlines the process and format of a Person-centred review and illustrates how the information for a person-centred Review contributes to the 0-25 Education, Health and Care Plan.

This minibook was developed for Darlington, a SEND pathfinder focusing on Preparing for adulthood.

The 0-25 Education, Health and Care Plan uses a range of Person-centred thinking tools and the format was developed based on learning and feedback from of the SEND pathfinder sites, in partnership with Preparing for Adulthood.

 

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Using Person-Centred Practices in Schools

Price £7.50
Format 105 x 150mm, 27 pages, spiral bound

Using Person-Centred Practices in Schools

A pocket sized, quick reference minibook of person-centred practices in schools. This minibook looks at appreciations, one-page profiles, communication charts, learning log, 4+1 questions, working and not working from different perspectives, relationship circle, decision-making, roles and responsibilities (doughnut), matching and person-centred reviews.

The person-centred thinking tools are originally developed by The Learning Community for Person-Centred Practices, and are used her with permission.

You can find out more about using person-centred thinking tools in education at personalisingeduction.org.

 

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One Plan for 0-25 Education, Health and Care

Price £7.50
Format 105 x 150mm, 33 pages, spiral bound

One Plan for 0-25 Education, Health and Care

Twenty pathfinders have been set up to test the reforms proposed in the draft Children and Families Bill. Preparing for Adulthood is a two year programme commissioned by the Department for Education to support areas to test and implement the reforms and share best practice in relation to transition and post 16 issues and support. Darlington is a SEND pathfinder and is focusing on preparing for adulthood. This format for the 0-25 Education, Health and Care Plan was developed based on learning and feedback from some of the SEND pathfinder sites, in partnership with Preparing for Adulthood.

This format of a 0-25 Education, Health and Care Plan uses a range of person-centred thinking tools to gather information. These were originally developed by the Learning Community for Person-Centred Practices.

 

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Reviewing Progress: 4 plus 1 questions and person-centred Reviews

Price £6.50
Format 105 x 150mm, 16 pages, spiral bound

Reviewing Progress: 4 plus 1 questions and person-centred Reviews

This is a quick reference guide to two ways of reviewing your progress through person-centred thinking tools and practices.

We have used the term 'team leader' to represent a senior support worker or first line manager or key worker.

We use the term 'manager' to mean the overall manager of the care home.

The term 'dedicated time' refers to where a care home is using the principles of Individual Service Funds to offer people greater choice and control in their life, by having some dedicated time each month. The person chooses how they use this time - what they do, where they go and which staff members support them.

 

The Person-Centred Review process was developed by Helen Sanderson

Associates based on work by The Learning Community for Person-Centred Practices.

 

www.helensandersonassociates.co.uk

www.learningcommunity.us

 

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