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- Earliest award date
- 04 Oct 2005
- Latest award date
- 29 Jul 2019
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The Haven 29 Jul 2019
Our Haven carers have fedback to us that as well as the 1:1 support provided within The Haven Model of Care they really would gain a lot from increased group sessions. The request for funding is that we would like to commission The Kinharvie Institute to deliver a bespoke training course on facilitation skills. The Kinharvie Institute aim to facilitate individual and organisational change. Their expertise is in facilitating people to think creatively and act courageously in achieving the organisation's mission. Our service delivery team are the best suited staff members to take these group sessions, however to ensure that our clients outcomes are continued to be met, that boundaries are being maintained and everyone is getting their needs met through these additional activities these team members will benefit from Facilitation Skills training. This particular kind of skills training will not only give our service delivery team increased facilitation skills but it will enable them to work in an assests based way which will link in directly to the WIN model of care practiced at The Haven. The facilitators would work with us in advance to create a training course that would meet all of our desired outcomes. The training will enable our service delivery team to guide our carers through group activities to ensure the self-identified outcomes of carers are met. For example, following training our staff will be able to: Set boundaries It will be important to set ground rules and objectives as well as building in time for reflection. In order to achieve individual and group outcomes, the facilitator would need to know how to help the group to establish session activities that are reasonable and achievable within the time of the group. They will also need to know how to keep within the boundaries. Remain impartial Our facilitators will need to know how to remain impartial. They will need to build skills in influencing the group but not dominating it. Understand the group dynamics Training will help our team to understand the process on how people feel about taking part. The training will guide them in how to unlock the potential of the group to achieve its goal. Use their personal style A facilitator should bring their energy and personality to the group to create an open and honest environment. This will enable our carers to open up and lay their trust in the group. Intervene when appropriate Training will show the team how to be continuously aware of what's going on, how to make sense of it and how to decide what to do about it. Challenging the group can be tricky to handle as difficult questions may need to be asked which is why it is so important that our team are trained properly on how to do this. Handle difficult situations Dealing with possible conflict within groups is the biggest challenge to effective facilitation which again is why it is so vital that our team are trained in the best way possible.
This group provides practical support and care for children, adults and famalies. The grant is for sessional fees, volunteer expenses, materials, outdoor preparation, creation and project co-ordination.
The group provide practical care and support to children, adults and families. The grant will fund paint, vinyl flooring, storage units, table and chairs, shelving, computer equipment, soft furnishings, toys, pictures, professional drama tutor fees, staging and production materials and venue hire.
This group provides community based palliative care for a range of life-limiting illnesses. Their project will focus on swimming. This grant will be used to pay for swimming coaches and lifeguards for six months.
This group based in Blantyre South Lanarkshire will build on a recent pilot walking project to encourage people living with life limiting illnesses to take part in regular exercise through guided walks in the community. This grant will fund training for 6 volunteer walk leaders, an information recruitment day, information leaflets, publicity, a digital camera, Haven Walking Team Sweatshirts and transport costs for 3 walks.
The project based in Dumfries focuses on multi-sports activity days for children with disabilities and their fathers/male carers. This grant will fund multi-activity day costs for 15 children, 15 adults, instructors' fees, equipment, lunch, mini bus hire and fuel.
Active Steps 29 Jan 2010
The centre will launch a programme which will improve the wellbeing of people affected by life limiting illneses and their carers. This grant will fund sessional staff costs, training, a taster open day and publicity.
This organisation will run indepen-dance classes for 15-20 of their clients interested in perusing a gentle form of physical exercise. This grant will fund the coaching fee's for 23 weeks of indepen-dance classes.
The Haven Young Children's Service 17 Mar 2016
This group will use the funding to provide lending library materials, information packs and workbooks that will allow parents who have a long term illness to talk more openly with their young children about their feeling and how to cope positively with illness and loss. The project will benefit children aged 8 or younger.
The Haven Forth new build 30 Nov 2016
To develop a comprehensive enhanced self management programme for people affected by neurological illness including a fully equipped Information Hub delivered in the new purpose built Haven Forth drop in centre. The project will support 60 people in rural South Lanarkshire affected by a range of neurological conditions.
We want to provide one-to-one and small group relaxation therapy from our quiet room for people affected by life limiting illness.