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Person Centered Planning

Person Centered Planning is an ongoing problem-solving process used to help people with disabilities plan for their future. In person centered planning, groups of people focus on an individual and that person's vision of what they would like to do in the future.

Accessing the Dream: Preparing Deaf-Blind Youth for a Self-Determined Life

Paths to Transition (Perkins School for the Blind)

Person Centered Planning Bibliography

A Person Centered Planning Research Overview

Capacity Works 2

Creating Pathways for Children with Deafblindness - the NTAC/NFADB Parent Training

Leaving Home: An Interview with Jackie Kenley (2nd Article)

MAPS: Planning for the Future of a Student with Visual and Hearing Impairments

Person Centered Planning Education Site

Person Centered Planning: It's Worth It!

The MAPs Planning Process for Our Daughter Alexis

The MAPs Process from an Intern's Perspective

The Most Important Member: Facilitating the Focus Person's Participation in Person Centered Planning

Transition - Person Centered Planning Bibliography

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