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A little book about person centered planning

By: O'Brien, John.
Contributor(s): O'Brien, Connie Lyle.
Series: The Person-Centred Planning Pack ; volume I.Publisher: Toronto, ON Inclusion Press 2002Description: 154 p.ISBN: 1895418402.Subject(s): INDIVIDUAL NEEDS | PERSON CENTRED PLANNING | SERVICE PLANNING | CHOICE | QUALITY OF LIFE | INCLUSION | SUPPORT NETWORKS | SUPPORT SERVICES | MAPS | FUTURE PLANNING | COMMUNITY INTEGRATIONSummary: Presents a collection of reflections on person-centred planning for people with disabilities. Offers suggestions for those who facilitate person-centred plans to develop their own ideas about how best to use their talents. Topics covered include learning to listen, revisiting choice, quality of life, community membership, support circles, the ethics of MAPS and PATH, finding a way toward everyday lives and a guide to personal futures planning.
List(s) this item appears in: Personal planning Feb 2019
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Presents a collection of reflections on person-centred planning for people with disabilities. Offers suggestions for those who facilitate person-centred plans to develop their own ideas about how best to use their talents. Topics covered include learning to listen, revisiting choice, quality of life, community membership, support circles, the ethics of MAPS and PATH, finding a way toward everyday lives and a guide to personal futures planning.

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Fantastic resource for gaining an understanding of the 'ins' and 'outs' and the 'ups' and 'downs' of person centered planning from people who have been there and done it.

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The books were of great help for increasing ideas and solutions - ESPECIALLY person centred planning - being very helpful and eye opening

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