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Feedback about Module 1: Introduction to asset based approaches to person centred care

What participants found most useful about Module 1 was….

“Discussing asset based approaches, overcoming barriers etc. with partners who attended as this will lead to action in our area – the course helped to facilitate discussion about issues in my area of work with partners in organisations outside my own”

“The overview of strengths based approaches was good/useful, and the opportunity for most of my team to harmonise their awareness/understanding of strengths for them worked”

“Identifying community assets, coordinating and mobilising existing assets, working in partnership.”

“I liked the mix of theory to underpin knowledge then group work to explore this.”

“Meeting people from different services – knowledge of community services.”

“Team working – it enabled us to interact, share experiences and network’

“Networking with other colleagues, sharing the practical suggestions.”

General comments from Module 1 participants:

“The training was very well delivered and extremely interesting.”

“The session is very informative and helped me reflect on my own practice and what I can do differently – Thank you”

“An educational day. I have a better awareness of asset based care now.”

 

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Feedback on Module 3: Conducting Asset Based Conversations

“This course was absolutely brilliant. It was all about making our conversations more effective with patients in order to motivate them, get them self-caring when possible, coaching them into lifestyle changes therefore using less services.

All evidence based in terms of styles of coaching and mentoring. There’s proof telling someone to change doesn’t change their behaviour therefore doesn’t stop them bouncing back into hospital/using CASS in our case. I would recommend it to anyone.

It’s a way of working and thinking shift that doesn’t cost. It doesn’t add any more time, in fact it saves time talking about irrelevant things and focusing on their behaviour changing.”

Senior Physiotherapist