WAiS provides support to people and families with planning for a good life, and also provides support in preparing to plan in the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Planning is a life long process - if you think about it, we sometimes make plans on a yearly, monthly, weekly or even daily basis. This might be to plan a birthday, take a holiday, have kids, move out of home, look for work, and so on. Sometimes, if we rely on other people to help us to live our life, or if we need formal support, then more intentional consideration needs to be given to planning.
If you would like to talk with us about planning, please contact us on 9481 0101.
WAiS have co-designed and developed some Planning resources with people, families and service providers.
These resources have been designed to help people think about some things when planning. They have been developed using the thoughts, experiences and some resources from influential people who have been passionate in their efforts around person-centred planning and who have provided necessary leadership over many years, include John O’Brien, Connie Lyle O’Brien, Marsha Forest, John McKnight, Susan Burke Harrison, Herb Lovett, Beth Mount, Jack Pearpoint, Lynda Kahn, Michael Smull, Judith Snow, Helen Sanderson, and Pete Ritchie to name a few.
Preparing to Plan Card Sets
These are a set of 12 cards, with an accompanying booklet. The booklet has some information about using the cards, and also can be used to write notes down for each card set section.
If you would like the 'online' version of these card sets with accompanying videos click the button below.
This is a planning activity book co-designed with and by Aboriginal people. Shannon shares his story, and how the things that were important to him, helped him to get to where he wanted to go.
It is for Aboriginal young people and their families to help prepare to plan in the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Planning for a Good Life
Planning for a good life is thinking about the things that make our lives good. Relationships, Love, Home, Work, Play, Learning, Communicating, Autonomy, Health, and so on.
This sheet helps you to think about what a good life means to you, and then thinking about what support you might need to live that life.
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Great Things About Me
This activity gives you, and the people around you, an opportunity to think about all the great things about you, your gifts of the heart, gifts of the head and gifts of the body. You can then use the information gathered with this, to complete the 'My Gifts' resource.
Thanks to John McKnight, Peter Block, John O'Brien, Beth Mount, Connie Lyle O'Brien and others for the foundations of these resources.
This activity can be used by taking the information you have gathered from the 'Great things about Me' resource to show what your specific gifts are. What we offer others, and our community starts with working out what we have to 'give' and contribute.
Important People to Me
A Relationship Map is a useful way of finding out who is in our life, who is important to us, who we want to be closer to etc. It can be really helpful if people do not have many people in their life, but would like more. It starts by discovering who people are in your life and how close they are to you (as the person in the middle). The closer they are to the middle of the circle (near you) the closer they are to your heart and your life.
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WAiS supports people and families with planning.
We also help people with their National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Plans.
We have developed some planning resources that might be helpful, including:
- a set of 12 cards
- a booklet.
- talks about how to use the cards
- can be used to write down notes for each card set.
Our resources can be used to support person-centred planning.
Each of the images below:
- shows the title of a booklet or card set
- links to a PDF download.
Please call us if you would like:
- to talk with us about planning
- a set of the planning cards in Braille.
(08) 9481 0101