About Us

The website is a collaboration between Dimensions, H S A and The Learning Community for Person Centred Practices. We are also grateful to Inclusion Press for sharing tools in the Community Connections section.

Dimensions

Dimensions is a national provider of a wide range of services for people who experience autism and people with learning disabilities. A not-for-profit organisation, we are a leader in our sector, supporting over 2,300 people and their families throughout England and South Wales.

We provide individualised support for people living in their own homes or in shared housing, transition support for young people leaving school or college, and opportunities for learning, employment and participating in the community.

The quality of our service is underpinned by a team of exceptional, well-trained staff, supported by a team of experts, and a commitment to person-centred support. Our aim is to enable the people we support to live a full life, and make their own choices and decisions.

We have been working in partnership with Helen Sanderson Associates to become a person centred organisation. As part of this, Helen and Dimensions described what they have tried and learned in the book ‘Making in Personal – a provider’s journey from tradition to transformation’ .

For more information about Dimensions go to www.dimensions-uk.org

 

Helen Sanderson Associates

Helen Sanderson Associates (HSA) is a development, training and consultancy team that works with people to change their lives, organisations and communities through person-centred thinking and planning. H S A are members of The Learning Community for person centred practices, and Helen is Vice Chair of the Board.

For more information about HSA go to www.helensandersonassociates.co.uk

 

The Learning Community for Person Centred Practices

The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices is an international community that shares knowledge about supporting people in getting the lives they want.  Our focus is on developing and disseminating practical tools that help people in having positive control in their lives. We do this by supporting those who use the tools and those who train others to use them.  We continue to remember and honor those who are our teachers - people who use services and their families. 

Find out more about The Learning Community at http://www.learningcommunity.us

 

Inclusion Press

Inclusion • Community • Diversity:  has been creating person-centred user-friendly resources, and offering workshops, training events and consultancy for nearly three decades.  We assist individuals, families and organizations to build better lives by nurturing the gifts and capacities of all - as full participating citizens in communities where all belong and all means all!  No Buts about it!  Principals:  Jack Pearpoint, Lynda Kahn, John O’Brien.

For more information: www.inclusion.com and inclusionnetwork.ning.com