A NEW MODEL
— SINCE 2001
Stuff we use that you can use too
Philip uses these videos in his keynotes and workshops
Who we are, labelling, being wrong, entropy, vulnerability, etc
Individualised Funding – why and how
Manawanui 1 November 2016
This presentation is a personal reflection from Philip's perspective as an Individualised Funding user and employer of his own personal assistants.
Erikson's stages of psychosocial development
Epsom Girls Grammar School 17 June 2016
Staff development — diversity
Bullying - whose problem is it?
Epsom Girls Grammar School 19 May 2016
Primer video for discussion on bullying as a societal issue
Peer Mediators videos
Epsom Girls Grammar School Peer Mediators 2012 ongoing
What's really going on?
Constructive Functional Diversity
AUT Rehab lecture 2010 ongoing
How can we create a new, enabling mindset and language of rehabilitation?
Epsom Girls Grammar School Leadership 2012 ongoing
Leadership – who is it about?
Competencies and attributes — user perspective
Home and Community Health Assn conference 2015
Is the support we offer what people really need...or want?
From diversity to inclusion
Auckland Careers and Transition Educators conference 2015
Is inclusion really embracing diversity?
NASC from a client’s perspective
Needs Assessment and Service Co-ordination Assn conference 2015
Is NASC what people really need...or want?
Thinking outside the box to create change
University of Auckland Social innovation and Social Justice conference 2015
What is really needed to create social change?
Disability and Rehabilitation Journal 2007
This article presents a more dynamic and constructive paradigm than the current dominant ones (for example medical or social models), to describe and change the impact of impairment and disability.
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Label Libel: A new look at diversity
Video and slides
DIV:INQ (Diversity Inquiry) for students
University of Auckland Medical Students 2010 ongoing
How can we think differently about patients with disability?
DIV:INQ (Diversity Inquiry) for organisations
EEO Trust ~2011
How does your organisation respond to the new opportunities diversity offers?
Stranger in a Strange Land
The concept of "grokking" – to fully understand
Conversation card 1
Feedback for groups
Conversation card 2
Start with Why
Interesting design thinking
Designing to the Edges
Ban the Average
Five Dock Sydney
Design Walk Through
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