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Arrived: our copies of the 3 volume model coherency set!

We just received copies of the new Wolfensberger model coherency text from Valor Press. Tweet

Posted on March 7, 2022 at 2:34 pm by MTumeinski · Permalink · Leave a comment
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Publication of a model coherency text authored by Wolfensberger

I’m pleased to see that the 3 volume text written by Dr. Wolfensberger has been made available. https://presse.valorsolutions.ca/fr/model-coherency-the-key-to-human-service-quality-set-of-3 This work fleshes out the Social Role Valorization theme of model coherency, and provides detailed explanations of both model coherency design and model coherency assessment. This is an invaluable resource for SRV teachers and PASSING trainers, as […]

Posted on February 27, 2022 at 3:47 pm by MTumeinski · Permalink · Leave a comment
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SRV theme of model coherency, mindsets … and robot caregivers

A 19 July 2014 NY Times op-ed piece entitled ‘The Future of Robot Caregivers’  is worth carefully examining from a Social Role Valorization (SRV) perspective, especially in light of the SRV themes of roles, of mindsets, of the developmental model, and of model coherency. This article would be worth reading and discussing from an SRV perspective […]

Posted on July 23, 2014 at 10:22 am by MTumeinski · Permalink · Leave a comment
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SRV theme: model coherency (# 4 in a series)

This more advanced article by Wolfensberger and Thomas published in SRV-VRS: The International SRV Journal in the spring of 1996 focuses on a particular topic concerning the SRV theme of model coherency; namely, how a model coherency analysis might be properly incorporated into a PASSING assessment. As one would expect, the authors lay out some of the […]

Posted on May 1, 2012 at 6:35 pm by MTumeinski · Permalink · Leave a comment
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Social Role Valorization theme: model coherency (post #3 in a series)

‘Chronic criminal disease: An SRV-based critique of drug addiction services’ by Susanne Hartfiel The above December 2006 article published in The SRV Journal applied the construct of relevance, potency and model coherency to addiction services. The article is based on the author’s study of two methadone programs in two German cities. The analysis of assumptions (one of […]

Posted on February 20, 2012 at 7:00 am by MTumeinski · Permalink · 3 Comments
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Social Role Valorization theme: model coherency (post #2 in a series)

This is the second in a series of posts concerning the Social Role Valorization theme of relevance, potency, and model coherency of measures and services (see the SRV monograph by Wolfensberger, 1998, 3rd. rev. ed. published in 2004, pp. 111-118). I briefly mentioned in the first post that Wolfensberger had described relevance, potency and model […]

Social Role Valorization theme: model coherency (post #1 in a series)

This is the first in a series of posts concerning the Social Role Valorization theme of relevance, potency, and model coherency of measures and services (see the SRV monograph by Wolfensberger, 1998, 3rd. rev. ed. published in 2004, pp. 111-118). Model coherency in my opinion is one of the most elegant and powerful of the […]

Easy Street

Easy Street is the name of a simulated environment with a purported goal of rehabilitation, and is used in a number of programs, such as hospitals, rehabilitation centers and other medical settings. Easy Street environments are often quite expensive to install. The following videos include ‘tours’ of Easy Street simulated environments: The videos, and the […]

Posted on February 18, 2021 at 5:12 pm by MTumeinski · Permalink · Leave a comment
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History of Human Services workshop June 22-23, 2016

The Massachusetts Alliance for Personal Action & The SRV Implementation Project are pleased to announce a two-day workshop entitled The History of Human Services Tracing the Origins of Some of Our Major Contemporary Service Patterns, & Some Universal Lessons for Service That Can Be Learned from This History   Dates & Times: Wednesday, June 22 to Thursday, June 23, 2016; […]

Posted on April 4, 2016 at 5:16 pm by MTumeinski · Permalink · Leave a comment
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NY Times: ‘Italian cuisine worth going to prison for’

This NY Times article describes InGalera, a restaurant located “inside the Bollate penitentiary, a medium-security prison with 1,100 inmates on the outskirts of Milan. The waiters, dishwashers and cooks have been convicted of homicide, armed robbery, drug trafficking and other crimes.” According to the article, “ ‘The main problem has been that they do little […]