Working on the Inside published
Kate Fulton has been one of the leading practitioners in person-centred planning and individual service design. But she has been reflecting on why so many good processes can, in the end, add up to so much paper and wasted effort.
In this new paper Kate offers insight into the inner dimension of change that is essential in order to work respectfully and with compassion.
The paper is available to read here:
Dr Simon Duffy writes:
"Kate Fulton has been one of the leading innovators in person-centred planning. Increasingly she has found that disabled people and practitioners are frustrated by tools and guides that seem to be replacing common sense and compassion with thoughtless procedures. In this paper she has reflected deeply on what brings about real change - both in ourselves and in our relationships with others."