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The Principles of G ood S upport. A practical look at the factors and support strategies that can make or break a job placement. Dr Marc Gold (1939 – 1982) - Pioneered skills training in the late 1960’s and in the process created a revolution for People with Disabilities.

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The principles of g ood s upport

The Principles of Good Support

A practical look at the factors and support strategies that can make or break a job placement.


Acknowledgement

  • Dr Marc Gold (1939 – 1982) - Pioneered skills training in the late 1960’s and in the process created a revolution for People with Disabilities.

  • Dr Greg Lewis and Sue Robertson – Who took Marc’s theories and Wolfensburgers’ values (SRV) and applied them so effectively here in WA and across Australia.

Acknowledgement


6 key steps

6 Key Steps


Step 1 establishing partnerships with co workers

  • Ask Questions.

  • Acknowledge their skills

  • Promote the workers strengths

  • Dress and Act appropriately.

  • Give Feedback

Step 1. Establishing Partnerships with Co-workers




Step 2 observing the job2

Step 2. Observing the Job


Step 2 observing the job3

  • Flow of work. see!

  • Safety issues.

  • Quality issues.

  • Productivity targets

Step 2. Observing the Job


Step 3 describe the job

  • Jot see!down each step

  • Chains? (links between steps)

  • Sketch the Job Layout

  • Trial your plan

  • Review and modify

Step 3. Describe the job


Step 3 describe the job1
Step see!3. Describe the job


Task analysis can be a simple list

  • Collect watering can see!

  • Fill to line with water

  • Water each plant for 10 seconds (min 5 max 15secs)

  • Repeat steps 2 & 3 till all plants watered (No plants can be missed)

Task analysis can be a simple list


Parts of a task can be broken down to micro steps

Parts of a task can be broken down to “Micro steps”


Step 4 prompting reinforcing and fading

  • Always use the least intrusive prompt! see!

  • Environmental/self prompt

  • Visual Prompt

  • Gestural Prompt

  • Indirect Verbal Prompt

  • Direct Verbal Prompt

  • Demonstration Prompt

  • Partial Physical Prompt

  • Full Physical prompt

Step 4. Prompting, Reinforcing and Fading



Step 6 engaging co workers

  • Involve Co workers from the beginning see!

  • Ask questions about the job

  • Feedback progress

  • Look for champions

  • Offer to help

  • Meal breaks

  • Promote the workers other interests

  • Encourage conversation

  • Start with a low profile and keep it that way

Step 6. Engaging Co-Workers


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