The Special schools in Derbyshire have developed their own Person Centered Approaches and means of collecting the "child's voice" when working with their children and young people.
Social Stories are a social learning tool that supports the safe and meaningful exchange of information between parents, professionals, and people with autism of all ages.
To record what is working well and what is not working well in a young person's life in an easy to read and understandable format.
Tools for a young person to share what happens in their lives that make a good day and a bad day.
For the recording and planning of progress and achievements.
Guidance and examples for the person centred approaches tools.
To show a child or young person's preferences and as an information gathering tool from the child or young person's point of view.
A means of recording and collating triggers, traits and problems, to aid understanding why certain behaviours happen.
Learning logs to help progress, ways of recording historical events, recording of progress towards contribution and future plans
Tools for recording how a child or young person communicates to make their wishes and feelings known.
Decision making and recording tools.
Environmental factors tools to help understand environmental factors that may have an effect on a child or young person's progress.
Tools and guidance for incontinence and toileting.
Different ways of recording staff involved with a young person in an easy to see format.
Letter explaining likes and dislikes, to show a child or young person's preferences.
These tools are designed to help a child or young person, to record their memories about events or people they have lost through bereavement or circumstances and changing events, like growing up.
One page profiles are summaries of who a person is and how they relate.
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