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What is important to you will almost always include who is important to you. We can learn about and record the important people in someone's life by having conversations and using the relationship circle.
What it does
It captures who a person knows, how they know them, who else in their circle knows them and how these networks and relationships can help a person to live the life they choose.
How it helps?
It is a way of identifying who is important to a person, and to explore any important issues around those relationships. It feeds into support planning because it highlights those people who should be involved in planning, and helps to discover which relationships can be strengthened or supported.
Use it now:
You can download a PDF of a relationship circle here to see how it looks, or start using one today with this free template.
You can learn more about the person-centred thinking tools through our online learning website, HSAOnlineLearning.org.