Format 208 x 148 mm, Loose, laminated cards in a plastic wallet.
These cards were developed by Helen Sanderson Associates. The tools were informed and inspired by person-centred thinking and planning, Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and approaches to creativity and problem-solving. Some of the tools were developed by The Learning Community for Person-Centred Practices and are used with permission. The cards are intended to be used in conjunction with specific advice from your CCG or Local Authority.
The ‘What does good care and support planning look like?’ card was developed by the National Coproduction Advisory Group for Think Local Act Personal and the Coalition for Collaborative Care, and is reproduced from the Care and Support Planning Guide. It is part of a suite of resources commissioned by the Department of Health in partnership with the Local Government Association and the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services.
For more information, please visit www.thinklocalactpersonal.org.uk/selfdirectedsupport
You do not have to use them all – just pick out the cards that will be most help. It is a good idea to read the Getting started cards before you begin. You can use these cards on your own, with family and friends or with anyone who is helping you develop your care and support plan. These cards are useful to individuals who want to write their care and support plan, and anyone who helps people with support planning.
For courses on care and support planning, see HSA Courses.