What is Person Centered Thinking and Planning?
Ohio rule defines person centered planning as…
”an ongoing process directed by an individual and others chosen by the individual to identify the individual’s unique strengths, interests, abilities, preferences, resources, and desired outcomes as they relate to the individual’s support needs.”
Person Centered Thinking and Planning guides respectful LISTENING...which leads to ACTIONS...resulting in people who:
There are a wide variety of Person Centered Planning tools that may be used to start conversations and learn what is important to and for a person.
One Page Profile
Routines and Rituals
What’s Working/What’s Not Working
2 minute drill
If I could, I would…
Good Day/Bad Day
Click HERE for links to fillable person centered planning tools.
Home and Community Based waiver services are specifically intended to support full community participation and achievement of individual-specific outcomes. These outcomes lead people to live, work, and thrive in their community.
Adult Day Support Rule 5123:2-9-17
The expected outcome of adult day support is development of skills that lead to greater independence, community membership, relationship-building, self-direction, and self-advocacy.
Vocational Habilitation Rule 5123:2-9-14
The expected outcome of vocational habilitation is the advancement of an individual on his or her path to community employment…An individual receiving vocational habilitation shall have community employment outcomes in his or her individual service plan.
- Be mesuarble
- Help to build a better life
- Justify the funding