Comprehensive Personal Planning and Support Policy Training Package
The goal of this training package is to give you an overview of the Comprehensive Personal Planning and Support Policy (CPP&SP) which came into effect in 2007.
The training program can be facilitated to a group, or taken as a self-study. For more information, please see the ‘Facilitator’s Note’ in the Training Workbook under the Training Package tab.
The CPP&SP Training Package
The Comprehensive Personal Planning and Support Policy (CPP&SP) Training Package consists of a workbook and video. The training program can be facilitated to a group, or taken as a self-study. For more information, please view page iv for Facilitator’s Instructions for Use.
This training package focuses on teaching the philosophy of this policy and will help you to strengthen your skills and knowledge in order to provide the best possible support to people experiencing disability. The work you do is important and requires your time and energy, as well as a positive attitude.
The CPP&SP is a set of 15 policies that apply to all service providers funded by Community Living Service Delivery (CLSD), including:
- Approved Private Service Home Proprietors
- Community Living Service Delivery
- Individual Service Providers
- Community-Based Organizations
In Saskatchewan, CLSD’s vision is that people with disabilities participate as full citizens in communities (2008). The main aim of CLSD is to make sure physical, emotional, and social needs are met and that people with intellectual disabilities live and function as independently as possible within their own communities. In order to reach that goal, they work in partnership with provincially-based representatives and advocacy organizations.
The CPP&SP was developed through a partnership between CLSD, SARC, Inclusion Saskatchewan, and Approved Private Service Homes. The policy came into effect on April 1, 2007 and is a part of all contracts for service, recognizing the current best practices in supporting people experiencing disability. Organizations and service providers should not need extra or new resources to successfully implement the CPP&SP.
The goal of the CPP&SP is to help people experiencing disability to reach the greatest level of independence they can achieve with whatever assistance they may need.
It is a positive policy and does not have any behaviour support approaches that have a harmful impact on people, such as punishment.
The goal of the policy is that you, as a service provider, will help the people your organization supports, to:
- Reach their greatest level of independence
- Live lives that are meaningful to them
- Meet their needs
Welcome to the CPP&SP Training Package
Click below to access the policy, the training video, and accompanying workbook:
For the Comprehensive Personal Planning and Support Policy, click here.
Click here to view, download, and print a copy of the plain language version.
Click here to view, download, and print a copy of the workbook.
Click here to access the CPP&SP training video.