|Optional tools and resources for developing person-centered plans. |
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A person-centered plan has language that is descriptive, respectful, and empowering. It uses everyday words that the person at the center of planning, those important to the person, and providers can understand.
A person-centered plan identifies positive information and builds on the person's strengths, using a trauma-informed approach.
In a person-centered plan important ideas are organized and interwoven throughout.
In a person-centered plan, what’s important to and important for the person is specific, detailed, and reflected in outcomes and services.
In a person-centered plan, outcomes are clear and action steps describe how progress will be measured.
A person-centered plan includes a clear description of services and supports necessary to address the person's needs and preferred method for delivery.
Medicaid services include service type, scope, amount, frequency, duration, and provider type.