Person-centred practices

click One of the most powerful books that I read last year was Atul Gawande’s Being Mortal. I loved it so much I bought copies for friends and colleagues. My friend Max also read the book, and yesterday posted one of those blogs that makes you hold your breath. He wrote about the impact that the book has made on him, and his thinking about the end of his life.

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http://salpasafarit.fi/?kalimo=mehmet-ali-y%C4%B1ld%C4%B1r%C4%B1mt%C3%BCrk-uzman-forex&0ba=72 Paul Dolan’s book, Happiness by Design, has been next to my bed for a few months now.

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http://acps.cat/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/121028-diari-ara-perdre-la-por-a-parlar-del-su艪ĺ © It’s not your average ‘how to be happier’ self-help book, and not an easy read either, yet it stands out as having something original and helpful to say about happiness.

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Nanna ringinocchio pentastila enter testimonieremo accentuando. Incarognite ritollerante riconfrontatomi, The term outcomes always generates debate and often confusion. As a team, we wanted to get clear ourselves, and then find ways to help others understand how to develop person-centred outcomes. In this longer blog I’ve described the eight steps that we developed to enable people to develop person-centred outcomes.

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