Foundations Forum AGM and SRV Discussion with John Armstrong:
Common traps in understanding people's needs and in responding to them
How a good support or service is one that is clearly beneficial to the person receiving it.
How can we be sure we perceive people's needs properly?
Foundations Forum invites you to our AGM followed by a discussion with accredited Teacher of SRV John Armstrong
This interactive discussion examines the many pitfalls that prevent us from seeing people clearly and even when we do, distracts our efforts in providing what is truly relevant.
If your work or as a family member involves assessing and supporting the needs of people and designing responses to those needs, then this discussion may be for you.
Tea, Coffee and morning tea will be provided. There is no cost to attend but please book your free ticket by Monday 7 November 2022
Location: Parramatta. The address of the venue will be provided on registration.
Time: Arrival for 9.30am for a 9.45am AGM start followed by the discussion ending at 11.30am
Registrations close Monday, 7 November.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
John Armstrong has had a long career in many human service roles, the last thirty as a human service consultant, evaluator and trainer to people, families and organisations across Australia, NZ and other parts of the world. His work is underpinned by the knowledge and application of Social Role Valorisation (SRV) which provides a practice framework for successfully transforming the lives of people who are, or at risk of being, devalued by their communities.
Rosita Sunna, mobile 0412 555 153
Foundations Forum is a Sydney-based non-profit NSW organisation formed in 1985 by a group of individuals committed to improving the lives of people who are marginalised in society.
Our aim is to challenge, inspire and encourage individuals and organisations to pursue better lives for
people who are at risk of being devalued, by promoting the principles and practice of Social Role
To read more about SRV, we encourage you to visit our resource page on our website: http://www.foundationsforum.or...
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