Have you ever felt stuck, or feel like you wish you could contribute more to the planning process for your family member or for the person and family you’re supporting? The Charting the LifeCourse Framework offers families and professionals a unique way of approaching the planning process.
The Charting the LifeCourse (CtLC) framework helps individuals and families develop a vision for a good life, think about what they need to know and do and identify how to find or develop support. It conceptualizes key principles to ensure that all people have the right to live, love, work, play and pursue their life aspirations in their community. Originally created for people with disabilities, this universally designed framework can be used for planning by any person or family, organization, or system, regardless of life circumstances or target population. View the full training flier.
An overview of the foundations of the framework
An explanation of how to apply core principles in ways that enhance exploration, planning, decision-making and problem-solving
Information on how tools are being used to support individuals, families, organizations, educational and school systems, transition and employment, and Developmental Disability systems to integrate services and supports.
Practice using two core principles
Begin developing a LifeCourse Portfolio for their son, daughter, or family member.
9:00am-11:00am – Overview of the Charting the LifeCourse Framework
1:00pm-3:00pm – Overview of the Charting the LifeCourse Framework
5:30pm-7:30pm – Families will have an opportunity apply their learning by using the Charting the LifeCourse tools with a skilled facilitator.
There is no limit on the number of attendees per session, and you are welcome with or without video. We know these times overlap with meals, so feel free to eat during your session.
The week of the training, you will receive your session link and the training handout files to print. Please let us know if you cannot print on your own and we will print the packet for you. However, we ask that you sign up by April 1st to ensure we have enough time to mail or deliver your packet.
Training provided by the Family Support Services Council.