Start: Fri 27 Nov, 2020 10:00End: Fri 27 Nov, 2020 11:30
Presented by: Jan Kruger, Jayne Barrett
This is the third session in our exciting three-workshop series about Circles of Support.
In this workshop, Jan Kruger will be joined by Jayne Barrett. They’ll provide some further insights into the practicalities of hosting a Circle of Support Meeting, including:
- The role of the facilitator
- The characteristics of an effective facilitator
- What happens if you don’t have a paid facilitator
Register Once to Attend All Workshops In This Series
You only need to register once to attend all remaining workshops in this series.
- Circles of Support 1 – Getting Started – Friday, November 13
- Circles of Support 2 – The First Gathering – Friday, November 20
- Circles of Support 3 – Facilitation and Momentum – Friday, November 27 (this event)
Even if you can’t attend, please register and you’ll receive a link to the 7-day replay. We’ll also let you know when all three recordings and associated resources are available on the website.
Meet the Speakers
Jan believes relationships are at the heart of all things in life. This is why Jan and her husband intentionally invited friends and family to form a Circle of Support for their son Jack. Jack’s current Circle of Support has been in place for five years.
Jan will share her family’s experience of establishing a Circle of Support. She will explain how Jack’s current Circle of Support has led to a variety of employment opportunities. Jan will not only share the successes of the Circle of Support but also what didn’t work.
Jan is the Executive Director of Imagine More, a family-led organisation based in Canberra. We believe in a community where everyone is included, valued and contributing in meaningful roles.
Read Jan’s biography to learn more.
Jayne has been a strong advocate for families who have a son or daughter with disability. As a parent, Jayne was involved in initiating many community-based services in the southern areas of Adelaide since the 1980s. Jayne has a deep personal commitment to inspiring people to think that a better life is possible for people with disabilities.
Jayne has worked with The Community Living Project since 1984. She has created projects such as Circles of Support and the Micro-Enterprise Project. She has guided CLP’s individual support services in Self-directed Support through family leadership.
Jayne has had a long-term involvement in Social Role Valorisation (SRV). She is a member of the South Australian SRV network and a founding member of our national SRV Group.