Alistair Welsh
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Jack Pearpoint commented on Alistair Welsh's blog post 'Turning the Tables' with PATH
"Turning the Tables indeed... perhaps the beginning of a small tidal wave..  Not only 'table flipping' for all the Alistairs who support people - but powerfully empowering for folks who have been constrained to being 'recipients…"
May 5, 2012
Alistair Welsh posted a blog post

'Turning the Tables' with PATH

Turning the tablesA landmark occasion took place in Quarriers, December 2011. After years of facilitating planning for others and delivering Quarriers training in MAPs, PATHs and other person centred plannig processes, Service Manager Alistair Welsh, had the privilege of having his own PATH facilitated by Caroline Gray and Florence…See More
May 4, 2012
Alistair Welsh commented on Jack Pearpoint's video
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Values of Inclusion Heather Simmons

"Heather, this represents a very comprehensive list of values that covers all the great inclusion work of the last 20 years and is a tremendous reflection on where you've been and what you've been doing since we spent those three great days…"
May 4, 2012
Alistair Welsh commented on Becki Pauls's blog post Reflections on the Scottish Inclusion Institute
"Becki I'm sorry I missed the chance to meet you and say hello - must have just missed each other at Jack's Aerogami workshop. I think he has a big future in promoting his craft! I too have fond memories of the closing night, being able to…"
Dec 6, 2011
Alistair Welsh commented on Jack Pearpoint's video
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Albi Taylor.Autism

"Jack, Jack and Albi Many thanks for posting this video and story of Jack. It was very inspiring and 'telt as it is' by Albi. Having met and worked with Jack at his plane making workshop it was fascinating to hear what you and he…"
Nov 17, 2011
Alistair Welsh commented on Jack Pearpoint's blog post Boxing your PATH & MAP
"Absolutely love this story Jack and the outcome for Savoy and the group from her one PATH all that time ago. Never underestimate what can happen when people get dreams into their head and down in graphics!! I love to hear of the unexpected…"
Jul 12, 2011
Alistair Welsh left a comment for Rose Marshall
"Rose Good to hear from you. Things well with me. Just had representatives from Quality Scotland in today to verify Quarriers Creative Facilitators Network for EFQM. We were awarded it with some very positive feedback. I'm delighted that this…"
Mar 17, 2011
Rose Marshall left a comment for Alistair Welsh
"Hi Alistair, how are things going? Now working at GAMH as a Volunteer Coordinator, and endeavouring to bring person centred approaches, but missing all the facilitation and training I used to do.   Planning on attending the Insititute in…"
Mar 17, 2011
Alistair Welsh replied to Becki Pauls's discussion Everyone Has Gifts in the group Community Connections
"Thanks all this is a helpful conversation. We've recently been involved with Connie and others in facilitating an event in Scotland following the Pathfinders approach. This focussed greatly on people's gifts and capacities…"
Feb 28, 2011
Linda Keys left a comment for Alistair Welsh
"I fnd it a brilliant resource too, Alistair!"
Sep 20, 2010
Alistair Welsh left a comment for Linda Keys
"Linda Many thanks for the friends request being a newbie to the network! It is good to see several Scots appearing here alonside so many respected colleagues from North America and beyond. Once I get more familiar I'll start joining some of…"
Sep 20, 2010
Alistair Welsh is now a member of Inclusion Network
Sep 15, 2010

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Please share something about yourself, your work, and what draws you to the Inclusion Network online community.
I work for Quarriers - a Scottish Charity - and have been leading the development of person centred planning in the organisation since being fortunate and priviliged to spend three days with Jack and Marsha at Kinharvie House, Dumfrieshire in around 1998. I cannae believe I've not discovered this online community before!
What would you like to contribute to this community? What would you like to receive?
I'd like to contribute whatever I can from Quarriers story and experience in this journey which continues this year with some work with Connie which we are very excited about. I'd like to receive other stories and experiences which can help us on our way.
How did you hear about this community?
I've been checking in with the Inclusion Press website for years since Kinharvie House and clearly haven't thought to use the link to the online community. I gave it a click today and here are all these familiar faces, stories and resources. Fantastic!
What are some of the questions you'd like to explore, or conversations you'd like to have with others in this community?
Most definitely around group person centred planning experiences and supporting/sustaining circles of support.

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'Turning the Tables' with PATH

Posted on May 4, 2012 at 11:28am 1 Comment

Turning the tables

A landmark occasion took place in Quarriers, December 2011. After years of facilitating planning for others and delivering Quarriers training in MAPs, PATHs and other person centred plannig processes, Service Manager Alistair Welsh, had the…

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At 6:47am on March 17, 2011, Rose Marshall said…

Hi Alistair, how are things going?

Now working at GAMH as a Volunteer Coordinator, and endeavouring to bring person centred approaches, but missing all the facilitation and training I used to do.

 

Planning on attending the Insititute in September, even if I have to pay to go myself.

 

Best wishes,

Rose

At 11:58am on September 20, 2010, Linda Keys said…
I fnd it a brilliant resource too, Alistair!
 
 
 

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