Person-Centered Planning Resources available at the Center for Disability Resources Library
To check out any of the materials listed, please contact:
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Activity schedules for children with autism: Teaching independent behavior. Lynn McClannahan & Patricia Krantz. Woodbine House, 1999. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WM 203.5 M126a 1999.
Applying PCP Practices to Facilitate an IEP (video). University of Minnesota, 2000.
- A videoconference filmed July 25, 2000. Lessons learned from the Family Support Grant Pilot project with S.C. Richland School District 1 combining the Individual Education Plan and Person Centered Plan meetings to develop the IEP.
Building New Worlds: A sourcebook for students with disabilities in transition from high school to adult life. Beth Mount and Connie Lyle O’Brien. Capacity Works. 2002. Call number: Disabilities-TRANSITION HQ 2037 M928b 2002.
Facilitating and IFSP (video). University of Minnesota, 2000.
- A videoconference filmed January 18, 2000. Strategies to work with the Early Interventionist in developing the Individual Family Support Plan using Person Centered Planning tools.
Facilitating the Next Plan: Part 1 (video). University of Minnesota, 1999.
- A videoconference filmed October 28, 1999. What should be included in the information the facilitator receives and how to incorporate previous information into the next planning process.
Strategies to Facilitate the Next Plan: Part 2 (video). University of Minnesota, 1999.
- A videoconference filmed November 30, 1999. Continued discussion on incorporating information from the previous plan into the next planning process.
Finding a way toward everyday lives: The contribution of person centered planning. O'brian, John. Harrisburg, PA: Pennsylvania Office of Mental Retardation, 1992. Call Number: Disabilities-PROF WM 30.6 O13f 1992.
Hear my voice, honor my choice: Ensuring person-centered practices in South Carolina. Columbia, S.C.: SC Dept. of Disabilities and Special Needs: SC Disabilities Collaborative, 1997. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HV 1570 H435 1997.
-"A training curriculum for disabilities services professionals. Developed by the South Carolina Disabilities Collaborative."
Implementing person-centered planning: Voices of experience. O'Brien, John & O'Brien, Connie Lyle. Toronto: Inclusion Press, 2002. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HV 1568 I34 2002.
Individual program plan resource manual: A person-centered approach. Sacramento, CA: California Dept. of Developmental Services, 1995. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HV 1570 I39 1995.
A little book about person-centered planning. O'Brien, John & O'Brien, Connie Lyle. Toronto: Inclusion Press, 1998. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HV 1568 L778 1998.
Members of each other: Building community in company with people with developmental disabilities. John O'Brien & Connie Lyle O'Brien. Toronto: Inclusion Press, 1996. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HV 1570 O13m 1996
- This book contains stories about working with people with developmental disabilities. It also begins to unveil the complexity of building supportive networks and communities.
More than a job: Securing satisfying careers for people with disabilities. Wehman, Paul & Kregal, John. Baltimore, Md.: P.H. Brookes Pub. Co., 1998. Call number: Disabilities-TRANSITION HD 7256 .U5 M835 1998.
More than a meeting: A pocket guide to the person-centered individual program plan. Sacramento, CA: California Dept. of Developmental Services, 1995. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HV 1570 M835 1995.
Natural supports in action: Strategies to facilitate employer supports of workers with disabilities. DiLeo, Dale. St. Augustine, Fla.: Training Resource Network, 1995. Call number: Disabilities-TRANSITION HD 7255 D576n 1995.
One person at a time: How one agency changed from group to individualized services for people with disabilities. Patricia Fratangelo, Marjorie Olney, Sue Lehr. St. Augustine, Fla.: Training Resource Network, 2001. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HV 1570.5 U652 F844.2001.
- One Person at a Time chronicles how one agency, Onondaga Community Living, left behind group home models to pioneer individualized housing and support, called supported living. It is the story of one agency’s quest to serve people based on what each person really wants and needs, rather than fitting people into pre-existing models.
Person centered planning. O'Brien, John & O'Brien, Connie Lyle. Toronto: Inclusion Press, 1998. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HV 1568 P467 1998.
Person-centered planning (video): Building partnerships and supporting choices. Sacramento, CA: California Dept. of Developmental Services, 1994. Call Number: Disabilities-AV HV 1570 P4671 1994. (15 min.)
- Explains the concept and implementation of person-centered planning.
Person-centered planning: Helping people with disabilities. Mercer, Mary. Homewood, IL: High Tide Press, 2003. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HV 1570 M536p 2003.
Person-centered planning: Research, practice, and future directions. Holburn, Steve & Vietze, Peter. Baltimore: P.H. Brookes Pub., 2002. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HV 1570 P466 2002.
Person-centered planning and outcome management: Maximizing organizational effectiveness in supporting quality lifestyles among people with disabilities. Everson, Jane M. Morganton, N.C.: Habilitative Management Consultants, 1999. Call number: Disabilities-TRANSITION HV 1570 E93p 1999.
Person-centered supported employment: The evolution continues. Paul Selby. Greenwood, IN: Magic Wand Solutions, 1996. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HD 7252 S464p 1996.
Remembering the soul of our work: Options in Community Living. Edited by John O'Brien & Connie Lyle O'Brien. Options in Community Living, 1992. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HV 87 .M57 R386 1992.
The road ahead : Transition to adult life for persons with disabilities. edited by Keith Storey, Paul Bates, Dawn Hunter. St Augustine, Fla. : Training Resource Network, c2002. Call number: Disabilities-TRAN HV 1569.3.Y68 R628 2002.
Staying true to PCP when writing up the plan of support (video - 2 parts). University of Minnesota, 2000. Call number: Disabilities-AV HV 1570 S798 2000.
- Explains how to keep information gathered at the Person Centered Planning meeting congruent with the individual's desires and agency needs and expectations.
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