This poster, developed by the Collaboration Project - Brisbane South "Families and Service Providers Working Together" lists 26 simple practices that families identified as being helpful when engaging with workers.
Always ask the family “what would be helpful?”
Balance the roles – sometimes the family may take the lead, sometimes the worker will take the lead.
Collaborate with the family and together services providers in order to provide better outcomes.
Do what you say you will!!!!
Explore options with each family, as every family is unique.
Develop Flexible responses according to the family needs.
* Five posters straight from the heart of the Strengths Approach* In the hurley-burley of daily work with the ever-present ‘To Do’ list, it can be easy to lose track of the principles and values that guide good practice. Right in the midst of a supervision session, or when we are about to meet with a family or someone struggling with mental illness - that’s when we might most appreciate some strong and practical reminders. Enter the tried and true, the humble yet mighty … POSTER! - A set of... More info
If you work with people keen to change their behaviour, posters are a great way to reinforce positive thoughts and the capacity we have to make choices about how we react to situations. The idea of nipping unwelcome emotions ’in the bud’ before they blow up into serious and dangerous behaviours is the inspiration behind this poster. 43x56cm Wall poster Laminated. More info
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