Seven Essential Elements of a Person-Centered Plan

Tools and resources for developing person-centred plans.

Language is respectful and empowering

A person-centered plan has language that is descriptive, respectful, and empowering. It uses everyday words that the person, those important to the person, and providers can understand.
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Two: Focuses on the positive

A person-centered plan identifies positive information and builds on the person's strengths, using a trauma-informed approach.
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The Resilience Project
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Connection People Based on Interests and Capacities
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The Resilience Approach
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Safety Script
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Reframing Reputations (Word document)
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Makes connections

In a person-centred plan important ideas are organized and interwoven throughout.
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Communication Chart

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etailed and thorough

In a person-centered plan, what’s important to and important for the person is specific, detailed, and reflected in outcomes and services.
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lear outcomes and action steps

In a person-centred plan, outcomes are clear and action steps describe how progress will be measured. 

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Clear description of services and supports

A person-centered plan includes a clear description of services and supports necessary to address the person's needs and preferred method for delivery.  

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The Donut (Word document)
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Decision Tree (Word document)
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 For Medicaid-Funded Services

Medicad services includes service type, scope, amount, frequency, duration, and provider type.