We Can All Do It
The We Can All Do It Project works across Fife with people of all ages to ensure their voice is heard so they can live the life they choose.
We give information on Self Directed Support (SDS) including the options, personal outcomes assessments and what it could mean for them. We can support people through the SDS pathway and the review process.
Our project uses the principles and values of SDS in our person-centred approach by setting up Circles of Friends within mainstream schools, delivering Big Plans for young people going through transitions and our individualised work.
We can deliver workshops to families and groups around behaviour support strategies.
Using an asset-based approach, our project team guides people who have a learning disability and their families through the Self-Directed Support process – explaining the four options, providing support to complete their outcomes assessment and helping individuals to prepare their support plan.
Creativity is central to the project’s success – Forum Theatre, group-centred planning, circle of friends and community circles are all used to raise awareness of the values and principles of Self-Directed Support.
Contact us if you would like to know more about We Can All Do It.