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person centered plan


( 7 values) -asset based not deficit based -Honouring the voice -building relations -Increasing choice -Individualizing supports - high expectations -agency change High exceptions Agency change
what is person centeredness? person centeredness is a set of beliefs or a way of thinking about the supports provided to devalued people placing emphasis on
list 3 person centeredness -ensuring the person is at the center of the effort -what is important to the per person -contribution to society
why is this work worth doing - taking stand for what's right - making a choice to align yourself with devaled people -confronting injustices - everybody
how many direct support work themes there are 12 support work themes
name one direct support work theme -open choices
definition on normalization john obrein was the fouder normalization
This work is not -Highly paid babysitting - attending care - just about keeping people healthy - just about keeping people safe - about making people happy
ipp vs pcp -focus on the impairment - plans based on what is available - limiting choice - reliance on formal services - paid supports are essential - professional are the experts - agencies determine need - grouping is more cost efficient -what the person can do - what person wants - giving the person the choice - natural relationship,unpaid people - family getting involved with the person -family, friends - what they like
a plan is not an outcome(reading) list one key point it is about helping people find a balance because real life is complicated
when guided by person centerness, this work is about - good things of life - attending valued social..... not actives -enhancing image & competency -compentsating for all the bad things that get done to people "wounds" - building relationship -high expectations
the original four approaches -person futures planning -individual design sessions -getting to know you - twenty-four hour planning
history - rooted in normalization(Dr. Wolfensberger) -concept developed in early 1973 by people who studied and taught Normalization &PASS - term became "popular" in the mid 80's - community of practice
person centered planning 3 parts - getting know know the person - learning about the person's desire for the future (vision) - creating an action plan
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