Problem Solving Strategies for Integrating Content Across Practices
Teams that have made a list of practices they are using can start thinking about each practice in more detail. For instance, write down the trainers who are involved in each practice. These trainers may be part of your organization. In other situations, an organization may share trainers, request county-based support, or take advantage of free trainings that are offered by the state. Teams need support from trainers since they have more expertise related to each practice.
Document where and how training content needs to be added, brainstorm changes that can be made, and write down all the actions needed to move forward. This example shows how one team problem solved content that was needed for the practice called Charting the LifeCourse for Families.
Postitive Support Practice
People/ Trainers Involved
Where Will Practice be Implemented
LifeCourse for Families
New Team Training for Personal Care Attendants
Summaries for People Receiving Services and Families
Update All Staff Members
Introduce Tools That can be Used in New Staff Training
Add Content to the Website and Send a Letter to All People Receiving Services and Families Introducing Person-Centered Values
Introduce One Tool at Each Meeting with Tamika and Satish Using a Key Activity to Demonstrate Concept
Julie and Satish will Complete LifeCourse Ambassador Training by January 15
Julie will Create a Draft for the Website Introducing Person-Centered Thinking by March 1
Introduction to Tools at Staff Meetings Begins on February 1