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Practical and Useful Tools for Change

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If we are to embrace inclusion we need to use new and creative tools for change. Forest & Pearpoint have designed four questions to be used by families, groups and organisations with the aim of moving away from the trap of negative thinking to creating positive change. These are: 1) What are we doing OK? 2) What could we do better? 3) What could we do differently? 4) What can we do right now? They give ideas for successfully using this technique, together with examples of ways in which it has been used. They argue that the key to change is to take small, possible steps. Keywords: Inclusion, Community Development

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Author
Forest M & Pearpoint, J
Source
TASH N'l Vol. 23, No.5, p.13-
Publisher
TASH
Publication Date
1 May 1997
Category
Professionals
Keywords
Inclusion, Community Development
Origin
United States

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