Latest News and ForMi – a year and more on

Doesn’t time fly when you’re enjoying yourself! Our new Person Centred Planning and Outcomes Recording App has been developed and we are now working with a range of public and third sector clients to make the whole PCP process come ALIVE. In short our journey has been extremely exciting and fruitful. We have… Set up

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It’s been a while since we first developed the concept of – since then we have gone from strength to strength. We were successful in our bid to the North Wales Transformation Project for Learning Disability Services and piloted the prototype app in 6 supported living homes in North Wales. We also piloted it

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We are excited to announce the formation of a new company – Ltd. provides an online tool for driving forward person centred planning through a strength-based assessment, goal planning and review process. One of the most unique aspects of the system is a Smartphone App that allows the Individual (being supported) to record

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One Stop Social collaboration

We are excited to announce that we are collaborating with One Stop Social to develop their services into Wales. One Stop Social is the UK’s fastest growing specialist social work and care professional’s hub. Providing the latest news, jobs, resources, training and events, One Stop Social is the ‘one stop shop’ for both professionals and services

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Training package for Inspectors and Care Providers

During late 2018 Roger teamed up with Vicky Allen to produce a training package for Inspectors and Care providers on behalf of Social Care Wales and Care Inspectorate Wales. This focused on ‘How the Statement of Purpose supports the delivery of a good quality service’. The Statement of Purpose is not a new document, but

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Palliative Care review for ABMU Health Board

Roger completed a review of ABMU Health Board’s Specialist Palliative Care Service over a 4 month period, ending in March 2018. This was an exciting and meaningful piece of work which involved engaging the staff within the service and external stakeholders in an Appreciative Inquiry (AI) process. AI was explicitly requested as a methodology for

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