Become a Person-Centered Coach
What is a Person-Centered Coach?
Keeping the momentum of your person-centered efforts requires intentional effort. Having key staff specifically trained to support, propel, and enhance your person-centered efforts is vital. Staff often need help using or implementing person-centered practices effectively. This is where having your own Person-Centered Coaches on hand can be of immense value.
Person-Centered Coaches are your on-the-ground Person-Centered Thinking support team. They can advise and help others further develop their PCT skills and assist leadership in incorporating PCT fundamentals into the services, supports, and future planning of the organization.
Coach Training Objectives and Schedule at a Glance
Valuable Skills that Benefit the Organization and the Person
Schedule: You will meet with our Coach Mentor once a month and should expect 2-4 hours of homework per week.
Objective: A Person-Centered Coach is fully capable of coaching others to accurately use Person-Centered Thinking skills and foster the implementation of person-centered practices at any level of the organization.
About the Curriculum
The Learning Community for Person-Centered Practices (TLCPCP) is a collaborative of agencies, companies, states, and individuals who come together to ensure best practices in Person Centered Practices as well as resources such as curriculum, education, conferences, group discussions, and celebrations.
IntellectAbility is a part of this collaborative, offering and receiving information on best practices and resources. Our Mentors and Trainers are all credentialed with TLCPCP and deliver this curriculum.
Why Should You Get Credentialed with IntellectAbility?
We are a full-service company offering training and credentialing for every role with the goal of creating organizations that are truly person-centered, armed with the skills to assist people in living the life they love.
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Every style of person-centered planning requires the foundation of a person-centered way of thinking.
Teaching and supporting the use of person-centered thinking skills will mean that it is more likely that plans will be used and acted on and the lives of people who use services will improve.
A foundational person-centered skill set will give you and your organization several ways to get plans started, so updating the plans will occur “naturally,” requiring less effort and time.
Credentialing a Person-Centered Thinking Trainer creates greater autonomy for your organization.