The Redwoods Gathering –Monday 10/26/20 – Wednesday 10/28/20
Whether you live in the Pacific Coast region of the United States or anywhere in the world, we invite you to join our virtual event. This is the first, U.S. regional gathering presented by TLCPCP outside of the Portland Gathering. It has been planned by members of the regional community of practice in California with support from TLCPCP. Together we make up the TLCPCP Redwoods Gathering Agenda Committee.
The committee has organized sessions focused on important topics that will be shared virtually over three days. They include Self-determination, Cultural & Linguistic Competence, Remote PCT Delivery, Family Survival During the Pandemic, HCBS Implications for Services and Supports, and more!
We will be using various formats including Community Sessions, Breakouts, Keynotes and Learning Market Place events. Additional recorded sessions and other resources will be available to all registrants during and after the event. This will including select Portland Gathering sessions that some may have missed. Spanish translation will be available for select sessions. Cost is only $129 for 3 days of events!
Presenters will include: Michael Smull, Dr. Karyn Harvey, Derek Smith, Trudy Grable, Liz A. Rodgers-Ponce, Lilia Rangel-Reyes, Mary Beth Lepkowsky, Dave Mulvey, Sue Goss, Rachael Newkirk, Marlene McCollum, Amanda George, and more.
2020 NorCal Gathering in Petaluma CA on April 1-2, 2020. Here’s the registration link https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4502315
2020 Person Centered Thinking Training offered in Chico CA on multiple dates. Attendees receive 12 CEUs.
Mary Lou Bourne Handout from 2018 Gathering
Michael Smull talks about how training in person centered thinking and planning is just the beginning and not the end to the culture change that we seek in the Silver Bullet Syndrome.
Chris’ Move This is a story about Chris and his move from Sonoma Developmental Center back to the Bay Area.
Supported Living & Community Living: Five Principles of SLS & Resources
Person Centered Practices: Person Centered Thinking, Planing & Organizational Development
Community Building: Beyond Presence to Contribution & Membership