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A Week with David Pitonyak

November 9, 2015

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It’s always a pleasure to draw for David Pitonyak, one of my favourite colleagues, friends and speakers.

On Monday we hosted David Pitonyak for a workshop with Home Share providers and others who choose to share their lives with folks with support needs focusing on The Importance of Belonging – in a recent provincial exploration of these models one of the things that kept coming up was the desire to have more training specifically for folks who do this, where they could meet and talk to each other.   The feedback was great!  Sketchnotes from the day:

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On Tuesday we worked with David and a small group of leaders on clarifying Spectrum’s strategic plan – a method we’ve been really pleased with since we began focusing on action oriented, communicable goals.  We looked at it in relation to David’s Toolbox for Change, a workshop we brought him in for previously, that we’ve all been talking about since.  Graphic facilitation notes:

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On Thursday we spent a last day with David and a group of about 90 folks, talking about “Beyond Behaviours: Supporting Competence, Confidence and Well-being” – more good conversations!

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As always, David reminds us to take care of each other.  There are things to do, ways to be, plans to make but, really, it’s all about being members of a pack and taking care of each other.

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  1. November 9, 2015 11:33 pm

    Reblogged this on ImagineACircle.

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