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Sheli Reynolds and Jenny Turney: Putting it All Together: Using Charting the LifeCourse to Support Individuals and Families in their Journey to a Good Life
How do we put the important concepts of person centered thinking and planning into practice to support people to move toward their vision of a good life? How can integrating supports within the context of a person’s family, friends, and community enhance life experiences that will impact a person’s goals and outcomes? Learn about the Charting the LifeCourse framework that unites and complements the best practices of person centered planning, and provides strategies and tools that can help a person and their supporters to collaboratively explore, plan, and problem solve.

Dec 7, 2020 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Sheli Reynolds
Associate Director @UMKC Institute for Human Development
Michelle “Sheli" Reynolds, PhD is the Associate Director at UMKC Institute for Human Development, where she has worked for over 20 years focusing on research, demonstrations and implementation of evidence-based practices that enhance person- and family-centered organizational, policy and systems change. She is the key developer of the Charting the LifeCourse framework and tools and provides overall direction to LifeCourse Nexus. Her passion, knowledge, and experience are enhanced by growing up as a sibling of a brother with developmental disabilities.
Jenny Turner
Senior Research Associate @UMKC Institute for Human Development
Jennifer “Jenny" Turner, LCSW is a Senior Research Associate at the UMKC Institute for Human Development, where she coordinates, leads, and participates in various organizational and system change initiatives. As a sibling of a sister with a developmental disability, Jenny brings her personal experience and passion for the development and implementation of best practice that will drive systems change and impact families to her roles as a subject matter expert for the National Center for Advancing Person Centered Practices and Systems (NCAPPS) and a co-lead for the National Community of Practice for Supporting Families.