tandardised care starts with proper assessment and evaluation. If facilitators don’t evaluate how well a person is functioning when they are presenting for Pastoral Care, they have no quantitative benchmark upon which to inform decisions or measure progress. For this reason, a number of specific assessments have been developed to guide facilitators in the Pastoral Care process.
The Peoplecare Assessment App helps facilitators gain a snapshot of how well a person is functioning. Functioning levels helps guide program recommendations and inform referral decisions.
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mpowerment programs can be streamed on any device, from anywhere, at any time - whether for personal use (in the privacy of one’s home or in church connect-groups) or corporate use (broadcast in staff meetings, school classes or small discussion groups). With any subscription, there is no limit to the number of programs you can share.
The Peoplecare library of discipleship programs continues to expand each year. New empowerment initiatives continue to be researched, developed and produced on topics that are in line with the most prevalent issues and pressing needs facing people in the world today.
tate-of-the-art interactive workbooks present the best of science and scripture. Workbooks highlight operational principles and summarise key lessons. Inspirational examples, discussion points and practice exercises all help consolidate learning.
All written materials are developed by an international team of experts and produced by professional designers - making for a highly valued user-experience.
nline workshops, webinars and live trainings are delivered by qualified experts in Clinical Psychology, and are valued at thousands of dollars. Standard and Advanced subscribers don’t pay any extra - it’s all included in the plan!
Professional development and team training covers a broad range of pastoral care topics from 'working with difficult people' and 'managing high-risk individuals' through to 'establishing healthy boundaries' and 'self-care'..