Wise Webinar a Day Series:
Person Centered Planning in Action with David Murahashi & Deanna Wilkins
Please join us on Tuesday, June 16th for our webinar, “Person Centered Planning in Action” with David Murahashi and Deanna Wilkins
Have you ever wondered if a Person Centered Plan would benefit you or someone you support? Please join us during this session to walk through the process and observe a planning session being facilitated. Gain a deeper understanding of what it is like to be a focus person of a plan and what you can do as part of the circle of support to help them reach their dreams and goals.
Learning Objectives (Info, tools, and skills attendees will receive):
- Learn basic knowledge of the PCP process
- Understand how vulnerability and safety are key elements of the process
- Observe the process in action
- Obtain resources to gain further information about how to get a PCP
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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.
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David Murahashi is an Independent Special Education Trainer and Consultant who has been working in the disability community for over 10 years, but his connection started much earlier, as he has an older sister with Down syndrome. His career began as a work study student doing job coaching through WISE. As a job coach, he supported many transition and high school students in the classroom and at job sites in the community. In 2013, he graduated from Seattle Pacific University with a degree in Special Education.
In 2012 David suffered the first of two strokes which left him with several disabilities. Despite these setbacks, he has helped develop several programs designed to help people with disabilities and their families to start thinking about and prepare for future work in the community. These programs have been implemented in several counties in both Washington and Oregon.
David currently serves on the board of Washington APSE and Trillium Employment Services and is a trained Person Centered Planning facilitator. He is committed to seeing people with disabilities being prepared and flourishing as they live and work in the community.
Dee loves connecting people with their dreams! She’s been with Trillium Employment Services for over 5 years supporting clients in finding jobs they love. Her favorite parts of working as an employment consultant are that she gets to partner with business owners as they expand their workforce to include individuals who experience disabilities and she gets to support clients by using person-centered planning and activities to help them create action in their lives! Dee comes from Tennessee, where she graduated from Lipscomb University with a B.A. in Education. Though most of her family is still in Nashville, Dee has been calling Washington her second home for the past 29 years. She loves any opportunity to get outside for an adventure and looks forward to more road trips in her future!