A Resource Guide on
Allen, Shea & Associates
The Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission
4891 East Grant Road
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Using an individual-centered planning process offers agencies an opportunity
to get to know someone in a unique way. That is, through a series of conversations
with a focus on the person and others who know and care about him or her,
information regarding personal preferences, strengths, objectives and needs
will emerge. This information about what is important to the person provides
the basis for an individual-centered support service plan.
In this resource guide, you will find some general information about:
For information on ordering this resource guide, please write or call CARF
at the above address.
- the basic concepts of individual-centered planning;
- the general process involved;
- an example of the process from information gathering to plan;
- summaries of information from other planning meetings:
- ideas about facilitating a planning team;
- additional resources you can purchase which will provide more information
about planning in this way;
- some brief articles about planning in different service environments;
- several checklists to help you look at your planning process.
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