NCAPPS Shorts: Wisdom During the Pandemic

NCAPPS has asked its subject matter experts to reflect on the importance of person-centered practices in times of crisis. Check out the videos below to hear members of our Person-Centered Advisory and Leadership Group and other NCAPPS experts on:

  • What do person-centered thinking, planning, and practice look like in time of crisis?
  • How do we hold on to - and even promote – person-centered thinking, planning, and practice at this time?
  • How do we balance collective, public health with person-centered, individual well-being?
  • What lessons we can apply from person-centered thinking, planning, and practice to get through this time of pandemic?

Stay Connected and Stay Healthy

    "We don't have to always offer a quick solution when we can sit and listen. Listen to the fears. Listen to the frustration and listen to the heartache of separation. And also listen to the joy of connection. Stay well and stay connected."

    NCAPPS PAL group member Martha Barbone offers us some practical tips and encouragements on how we can exercise person-centeredness when we share information and support one another. Most importantly, she encourages us to listen, so we can stay well and stay connected.

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Resources for Person-Centered Planning during the Pandemic

Person-Centered Thinking Skills in a Time of Crisis

This short video from Michael Smull describes how to apply person-centered thinking skills during the COVID-19 crisis. It includes discussion of balancing what’s “important to” and “important for” a person and the use of tools such as Good Day, Bad Day, One-Page Profiles, and Learning Logs.

Three Buckets and the COVID-19 Pandemic

Jenny Turner from the Charting the LifeCourse Nexus at the University of Missouri Kansas City Institute for Human Development describes how to apply the concept of “3 Buckets” of supporting the needs of people and their families during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Life Domains and the COVID-19 Pandemic

Jenny Turner from the Charting the LifeCourse Nexus at the University of Missouri Kansas City Institute for Human Development describes how to apply the concept of “Life Domains” to supporting the needs of people and their families during the COVID-19 pandemic.




Protecting Your Rights as a Person with a Disability during COVID-19

Safeguard Against Disability Discrimination During COVID-19

    Center for Dignity in Healthcare for People with Disabilities

Know Your Rights during the COVID-19 Pandemic Video Series

    National Disability Rights Network

Know Your Rights

    TASH

Know Your Rights Guide to Surviving COVID-19 Triage Protocols

    Nobody is Disposable Coalition