Self Directed Support is an approach for all people including older people. Kate will be sharing her learning at the Better Practice Conference led by the Australian Aged Care Quality Agency (AACQA). The conference will be held in 6 locations across Australia beginning in Darwin in May 17. Kate will demonstrate how supporting people to […]
In February Kate and Tim Keilty spent time in Western Australia facilitating and presenting a week of events for Western Australia Council of Social Services (WACOSS) focused on Self Directed Support: Empowering and Transforming lives. The week of events provided: Exposure to rigorous thinking about the values that underpin the work of inclusion and supported […]
As the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) begins its roll-out beyond the initial trial sites, this article explores what support providers should be considering about their role to ensure that change actually delivers better outcomes for those who will access support through the NDIS. Australian health and community services are currently undergoing one of the […]
Over the last 6 months we have been busy supporting people in all aspects of their lives to get better results. This has been through an approach called neuro-coaching. Neuro – coaching is a coaching approach that really understands the brain and how it works. This means people are supported to think with clarity and […]
Bright Souls has just finished delivering a leadership course for Leaders in Human Services in Western Australia. This was supported by WAIS a Western Australian organisation supporting individualised support options for people who are disabled or experience mental ill health.
Building Brilliant Teams is an approach to leadership and team development that is based on understanding ourselves, our relationships, our impact on others and our ability to support people to bring their best selves to work and in supporting their colleagues.
Kate Fulton has been one of the leading practitioners in person centred planning and individual service design, who has been reflecting on why so many good processes can, in the end, add up to so much paper and wasted effort. She began to realise that meaningful change does not come from processes – it starts on the inside.
Bright Souls have spent the last few months working alongside Open Future Learning, who provide inspirational learning for the learning disability workforce.