Wise Webinar A Day Series
Group Visioning, A Remote Look at How to work with a group of transition students or others to create individual employment and whole life goals
with Marsha Threlkeld
Group Visioning: How to work with a group of job seekers, self-advocates, or transition students to create individual employment and whole life goals. Learn how to work remotely or in person with groups of individuals to gather momentum and assist people to develop their own individual, unique goals. Sharing these goals with each other offers the possibility of sharing resources, supports, and the energy to make our plans a reality. When family members attend as team members, they can learn from each other and share and learn about employment pathways as well.
Learning Objectives (Info, tools, and skills attendees will receive):
- Participants will learn what Group Visioning to work with individuals and their teams to create goals and objectives is
- Participants will learn who the innovators of Group Visioning are
- Participants will learn how to facilitate remote and in person Group Visioning Meetings
- Participants will learn what methods can be sued to meet on line.
- Participants will learn what questions to ask or areas to address in Group Visioning to create employment and whole life goals
* Please note – there are no refunds for those that do not attend the scheduled webinar. If you do miss the webinar, we will provide you with a code to access the next webinar free.
Marsha Threlkeld, Wise Associate
Marsha is a trainer, consultant, presenter, and practitioner related to Person Centered Planning, Employment First, School-to-Work, and Assistive Technologies to include Apple devices and apps to promote independence, connectivity, productivity, and inclusion. She has collaborated with Apple, Inc. to provide trainings and regularly presents on handheld technologies across Washington State and nationally. She is a Subject Matter Expert with the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Disability Employment Policy, working to move students from school to meaningful jobs in the community. Person Centered Planning has been a backbone of Marsha’s work for more than 25 years after learning from the masters, John O’Brien, Beth Mount, and Debra McLean. Marsha has created booklets to include Career Planning and the IEP, Person Centered Planning Identifying Life Goals, and Plan Your Career and Envision Your Life. She has worked with school communities, students and their teams to adopt individualized, community based, post school employment and life goals, set up community based work experiences, inform families, and change the fabric of transition programs to reflect their communities and connect students to opportunities in employment and community membership. Marsha’s work with individuals in Washington State addresses creating meaningful futures to include work, assessing work conditions to adopt assistive technologies, and introducing changes and technologies to individuals and those closest to them.