San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
About the workshop
Facing the future with promise and confidence takes planning and requires all those who care for and support your relative with a disability to work together.
This full-day workshop is designed to inform and assist all members of the family and their successors to:
Address concerns about the future and secure a succession plan
Hear how other families are creating peace of mind
Consider how to share roles and responsibilities
Identify key resources
Balance wishes and obligations
Identify short and long term actions
At the end of the workshop:
Siblings and successors will be encouraged to develop a network of support with each other
Parents will have clarity on the next steps in implementing their succession plan
The next generation will be better prepared for their future role
Your loved one with a disability will experience safety and security
You will walk away with a work plan specific to your family
It is our hope that families will come together - both the current and future caregiving generations - to ensure a cohesive succession plan is built, inclusive of everyone.
Families and support networks who have a loved one with a disability
Unitarian Church, in the Fireside Room, at 949 West 49th Avenue, Vancouver BC
$95 per primary family member, $45 for each additional family member.
*Included in workshop price: lunch, all handouts, planning resources and two publications
Ted and his family were one of the first younger Lifetime Members of PLAN. Ted is a dedicated contributor to PLAN and serves as the current Board Chair of PLAN and PLAN Institute. Ted is truly treasured as a family leader and innovator.
Ted will be joined by family members who will share their experiences in planning for their loved one’s future.
When & Where
Plan Institute for Caring Citizenship works to reduce the isolation of people at the margins of society, and to enable the contributions of all members of our community.
Global leaders in social enterprise, we connect people, germinate ideas, and incite action. We advocate for policy reform, train leaders, support organizations, create social innovations, facilitate networks, and initiate dialogues.
We offer training, consultation, research, and publications – for individuals, families, organizations, support workers, and professionals. We collaborate with community groups, government, and business.
Our core values of family leadership, relationship building, contribution, and resilience drive this work. We also build on more than 20 years of PLAN experience, working with families to build a good life for people with disabilities.