Person-centred planning (PCP) is a way of supporting and working with people so they can lead independent, inclusive lives. It helps people express their needs; what they want out of life; how best to achieve these things; the support they need and how they would like to receive it. Fundamentally different is that control is placed with the person rather than with the support provider or anyone else. Person-centred support planning is a practical way of delivering personalised services and self-directed support.
Our good practice guide covers:
- Values underpinning person centred support planning
- What a good support plan should cover
- Support planning interviews
It also includes good practice examples and a handy checklist as well as signposting you to other sources of useful information.
Click here to go to our Person Centred Support Planning good practice guide.
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Disclaimer: this advice in this good practice guide is for guidance only and is not from a technical expert, specialist professional or lawyer. Erosh cannot be held responsible for the consequences of any action taken based on the information provided. You may therefore wish to check with your own technical expert, specialist professional or legal adviser before taking action.