|A Little Book about Person-Centered Planning|
This book has many different chapters by John O'Brien and Connie O'Brien with various issues about person-centered planning.
|Aging with Intellectual Disabilities and Later-Life Family Caregiving|
This chapter, located in volume seven of an eleven-volume set entitled "Comprehensive Clinical Psychology" looks at caregiving of older adults with intellectual disabilities and how aging affects families, services and supports and future planning.
|Attention: This is Your Life! What Do You Want to Do with It?|
This workbook helps self-advocates think about decision-making and what they want to do with their lives. It has pictures and easy to understand language. You can download it for free!
|Building New Worlds: For Students with Disabilities in Transition from High School to Adult Life|
This book has stories of young adults with disabilities who are active members of their communities. It shows how person-centered planning helped.
Capacity Works creates books, worksheet kits and posters for facilitators of person-centered planning meetings. The material is also helpful for the people with disabilities, family members and other support circle members.
|Communication for Person-Centered Planning|
This information pack is for helping staff, self advocates, families and friends communicate better. The aim is to help people who are working in a Person Centered way, to better understand the communication styles of self advocates.
|Conversations on Citizenship & Person-Centered Work|
This book has interviews with the leaders in person-centered planning like Beth Mount, Michael Smull, and Jack Pearpoint. Each is asked how they got started and about the values that guide their work.
|Dare to Dream for Adults|
This workbook helps people with developmental disabilities identify their dreams, desires, and needs in many areas. You can download a copy for free.
|Elements of Design|
This book provides an essential overview of person-centered planning, as well as step-by-step methods, tools, and process examples.
|End-of-life Care: Bridging Disability And Aging With Person Centered Care|
A book about end of life care both for people with disabilities and people who are aging. Its chapters are written by experts in the field who respond to two introductory papers.
|Essential Lifestyle Planning|
A unique form of Person-Centered Planning originally designed for people with challenging behavior . . .
|Facilitating an Everyday Life|
This book is a guide for people who want to support people with disabilities independent of an agency.
|Families Planning Together|
A manual designed to help families develop an essential lifestyle plan with a family member.
Five Wishes is a booklet where you put in writing how you want things handled for you at the end of life.
|Getting from Where I Am to Where I Want to Be|
This tool helps people prepare for person-centered planning meetings, and at other times of transition.
|Growing Up: Transition to Adult Life for Students with Disabilities, First Edition|
This textbook talks about how schools help students prepare for adult life.
HSA Press is a publisher of materials that promote person centered thinking and planning.
|Human Needs and Intellectual Disabilities: Applications for Person Centered Planning, Dual Diagnosis, and Crisis Intervention|
This book is about people with disabilities who have mental illness.
|Implementing Person-Centered Planning: Voices of Experience|
This book presents several ways to think about person-centered planning. The book talks about its limitations, the conditions for its success and its contributions.
|Increasing Person Centered Thinking: Improving the Quality of Person-Centered Planning|
This manual is for people who want to conduct person-centered planning and for those who want to improve how they do person-centered planning.
|It's My Choice|
This self-guided workbook can help people prepare for their person-centered planning meetings. It is available for free as a PDF download.
|Justice in Aging: A Right to Person-Centered Care Planning|
This report provides background on the new person-centered planning and service plan rule for people who are aging and need long-term services and supports.
|Life Planning for Adults with Developmental Disabilities: A Guide for Parents and Family Members|
A book for families of children and adults with DD to help plan for the future. They will learn how to choose the best place for their loved ones to live when they leave home and how to find meaningful work and recreation activities for them.
|Listen to Me!|
This Workbook helps teams get ready for a person-centered planning meeting. It helps everyone understand what is most important to the focus person.
|Make a Difference: A Guidebook for Person-Centered Direct Support|
This book and curriculum supports action-learning about relationship building, planning with people in a person-centered way, supporting choice, & building community inclusion.
|Making my own choices|
This workbook helps people make choices and plan their futures. It is easy to understand.
|Managing a Special Needs Trust: A Guide for Trustees - 2015 Edition|
This is a guide for anyone who is managing a Special Needs Trust for a person with disabilities.
|Members of Each Other: Building Community in Company with People with Developmental Disabilities|
In 1996, this book set a strong values-based foundation for providing supports for individuals with disabilities. It is still a strong resource about person-centered planning and self-directed supports.
|One Candle Power: Building Bridges into Community Life for People with Disabilities|
This book explains how to organize circles of support. It shows how they can change the lives of people with disabilities.
|PATH: Planning Positive Possible Futures (Second Edition)|
This seminal book explains the PATH process. PATH is used for person-centered planning and stands for "Planning Alternative Tomorrows with Hope."
|People Planning Ahead: Communicating Healthcare and End-of-Life Wishes|
This workbook helps caregivers support someone through end of life issues.
|Person Centered Planning and Communication of End-Of-Life Wishes With People Who Have Developmental Disabilities |
This paper is about using person-centered planning with people who have disabilities and are nearing the end of their lives. It is available online.
|Person Centered Planning for Later Life: Death and Dying - A curriculum for Adults with Mental Retardation|
This training curriculum helps people with mental disabilities understand death and grieving. It includes six lessons lead by a facilitator and a student notebook. Pictures and interactive options, such as field trips to a funeral home, are included.
|Personal Preference Indicators: A Guide for Planning|
This tool is a guide for learning about the person's preferences. It is helpful when planning with a person who has a developmental disability, and you can download it for free.
|Person-Centered Planning and Outcome Management|
A book about outcome management for quality lifestyles
|Person-Centered Planning for Later Life: A Curriculum for Adults with Mental Retardation|
This curriculum helps those with intellectual disabilities to actively plan for their later years.
|Person-Centered Planning With the Supports Intensity Scale-Adult Version: A Guide for Planning Teams|
This book helps service teams create individualized support plans that enhance quality of life for individuals.
|Person-Centered Planning: Helping People with Disabilities Achieve Personal Outcomes|
This book is designed to help managers and support staff develop person-centered plans.
|Person-Centered Planning: Research, Practice, and New Directions|
This book covers qualitative and quantitative research findings, variations on implementation, and suggestions for making person-centered planning effective in service systems.
|Planning for Real Life|
A book about transition from school to work for individuals with disabilities.
|Reaching Out to People with Learning Disabilities and Their Families from Black and Minority Ethnic Communities; Guidance for Families of People with Learning Disabilities and Practitioners in Developing Culturally Competent Planning|
This booklet is about including culture into person centered planning.
|Real Life After School|
This is a guide for planning life after school for youth with disabilities.
You can download it as a PDF, or purchase a copy through the publisher.
|Real Life Quality Standards|
A book that helps people with disabilities think about how satisfied they are with where they live, what they do with their friends, ect. It can help people plan for the future. You can download it for free.
|Roles Based Planning- Second Edition|
This book reviews social role valorization, individual rights, self-determination, and community integration. The author reflects on differences these innovations have made, and presents a model of his own. You can download the entire book as a PDF.
|Safely Home, Profile of a Futures Planning Group|
This book tells how a mother discovered the Futures Planning method, and then used it to make dreams happen for her and her son.
This guide and DVD helps people with disabilities tell others what is important to them.
|The Child Preference Indicators|
This assessment tool helps professionals learn the true preferences and abilities of children. It is completed with lots of input from families.
|The PATH & MAPS Handbook: Person-Centered Ways to Build Community|
This handbook makes PATH and MAPS stronger by connecting them to the work of community building.
|The Support Broker Manual - A Resource Guide|
This book is for people who serve as Support Brokers for people with disabilities.
|The Willowbrook Futures Project: A Longitudinal Analysis of Person-Centered Planning|
This study found that person-centered planning helped people with disabilities have better outcomes than a more traditional service approach.
|Training Person-Centered Planning Facilitators: A Compendium of Ideas|
This manual has resources for training people to facilitate Person Centered Planning meetings.
|We Can Dream!|
This booklet explains how the person-centered planning process can be modified for people with autism. It uses the stories of four young adults.
|Your Values, My Values|
This book describes various ways to support people from different cultures. There are stories about seven people from different cultures, nationalities, and races. Exercises help to learn how to support others with different beliefs and values.