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John McKnight's Sufi Story
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Barb McKenzie Sep 30, 2010.

 

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Common Threads Reflections

Posted on May 29, 2014 at 11:30am 0 Comments

Reflections on Common Threads

APPROACHES & CONTEXTS FOR PLANNING EVERYDAY LIVES

A conference sponsored by The Ontario Independent Facilitation Network in partnership with

The Individualized Funding Coalition for Ontario

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our Learning Journey in Maori Aotearoa (New Zealand)

Posted on September 2, 2013 at 1:36am 0 Comments

Ko koe, ko au, ko tāua, ko tātou katoa kia mahi tahi

You, me, we, us, together we make a community…



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With deep sadness - Ray Cohan - founder and Editor of Abilities Magazine - and so much more...

Posted on March 23, 2013 at 9:58am 0 Comments

Oct. 18, 1948 - March 22, 2013

With deep sadness, Lynda and I are part of the team informing Ray's thousands of network collaborators, that last night after a lengthy illness, Ray's body, very suddenly this week, collapsed.  He passed from pain to peace at 11:30 last…

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We Were Children - the story of Residential Schools in Canada

Posted on March 19, 2013 at 10:40pm 2 Comments

A brilliant film that peels the hidden and grotesque truth of how our 'dominant' culture attempted genocide on Aboriginal Canadians - and failed.  Two survivor stories are told with grace and clarity.  A must watch.

http://blog.nfb.ca/blog/2012/10/02/we-were-children/

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At 2:34pm on September 8, 2013, Annick Janson said…

Jack and Lynda! It was a privilege to host you and deepen the conversation started at the Te Puke workshop 2 weeks ago!! Thanks for making the time in your busy schedule - your visit reaffirmed my motivation to help channel the voices of our people through my video camera lens!! I will upload my video clips onto this Ning community to share with and learn from others. Take care and see you again soon!!

At 11:52pm on August 28, 2012, Craig Curtis said…

Hi Jack,

I would first like to comment on how my attendance at the DUI 2012 and all the wonderful people that I met changed my life. After being unemployed since January 2011, I am now sitting in my office on the top floor overlooking the centre of Campbelltown in Sydney helping guide a major local Disability Support Organisation change its culture towards more Person Centred Approaches. Maybe culture is the wrong word but I am giving fellow people with a disability a voice and I feel like I am being heard. I also believe that the senior management in the organisation understand that person centredness is more than a tool or a form, its a way of life. I have a lot of challenges ahead of me, families, staff and introducing choice to those that have never really had a choice, never really had hope that their dreams could ever be realised, especially with those that are skeptical and think that person centredness is just another fad, or have been promised so much that has rarely been delivered. But I am excited and believe that I can make a difference despite the challenges that lay ahead. I am a true believer and am grateful for the leadership and friendship that so many at the DUI showed me that gave me the confidence to be where I am now.

At 2:50am on June 13, 2012, Andrew Sands said…

Thanks Jack, that's a good idea!

At 5:55am on May 7, 2012, Carlos Cruz said…

Hi Jack, thank you.  I certainly enjoyed meeting and talking with you as well.  As for Lynda, I'll keep contact with her.  

Looking forward to continue our conversation and sharing.  Carlos

 

At 12:31pm on January 12, 2012, Vicki Schweitzer said…

Thank you for your warm welcome into this online community!  Eventually I hope to be able to contribute as much as I take away from this group.  I see that there is a wealth of information and resources among the blogs and archived posts, and I look forward to putting some of these ideas to work here in Dahlonega

At 10:55am on October 16, 2011, Kathy Wenning said…

Thank you for the warm welcome.  I look forward to learning and practicing.

 

Kathy

At 9:46am on January 18, 2011, Deb Kney said…

"ITCHY and Fascinating" .... I love it!!

 

all is well ... despite the gloom and doom stuff.

 

Hey, have you seen the final book version of Defining Moments yet? You NEED TO SEE IT!! It's the project that Michele Banks called you about a few years back and Lynda referred over to me ... oh ... we had FUN!

 

At 4:37pm on October 23, 2010, Helen Wilson said…
Hi Jack. Thanks for your message. Yes, I do know Linda and Heather. I used to work at EDG with Steve Coulson and prior to that worked at SHS. I met you a few times in the mid '90's when you were over working with SHS - at Telford College etc and I was part of the team that you facilitated two PATHS for - amazing experiences in many ways! So I've been on the 'scene' in Scotland for about 15 years and still totally passionate about person centred planning tools and what they offer to people. Helen x
At 5:11am on October 14, 2010, Linda Keys said…
I have done so Jack - you sound like you have plenty to do without feeling the need to help me with pictures! :) Some time I'd like to pick your brain about editing wee films... that's for another time though.
Warmest regards,
Linda
At 7:32am on September 14, 2010, Linda Keys said…
Thank you Jack, for thinking of us in the cold Scottish Autumn, needing the warmth of a story like Mr Welcome's. EDG is excited about waht we can do with it to bring people together for readings and thought-sharing/ -generating. i am excited about bringing it to friends and community members who aren't so involved in the work we do. I am most excited right now about it arriving through the post! (We ordered it via Inclusion On-line, but my co-worker didn't realise the urgency so it's only just been ordered...increased anticipation...) Warmest regards to you all. x
 
 
 

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