Tuhana is an online resource to help people, families, and service providers work in partnership to build communities.

The resources are based on research carried out by VASS and Standards Monitoring Services (SAMS) in 2009. The research looked at what organisations were doing to develop effective practise in the area of supporting people with disabilities to participate in their communities (Community Participation).

The research identified that there were eight key areas of effective practice, which have been developed into resources:

  • Building Trusting Relationships
  • Shifting Authority
  • Partnership and Community Networks
  • Personal Planning
  • Facilitation
  • Organisational Cohesion
  • Staff Development
  • Innovative Research Allocation.

Each resource contains key points for effective practice, and links to further information. The resources are designed to provide organisations with ideas and points for discussion in order to develop their own effective practices.

Tuhana Training Courses

Training based on the resource has also been developed and information about how to access these training courses can be found in the Training Opportunities section.

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