Facilitated courses and independent study
Person-Centered Planning Lesson 1: Introduction to Person-Centered Planninghttps://cclds.org/person-centered-planning/course/1
Before governmental regulations and rulings there was person-centered planning. Mandating person-centered planning as a program service has led to a shift in what it means to be genuinely person-centered. This lesson offers a brief overview of person-centered planning through the lens of its original context.
Person-Centered Planning Lesson 2: Core Values & Principleshttps://cclds.org/person-centered-planning/course/2
This lesson covers the bedrock of person-centered planning and practice. It explores common values and principles that are fundamental to all good person-centered approaches.
Person-Centered Planning Lesson 3: Planning Methodshttps://cclds.org/person-centered-planning/course/3
This lesson offers a thumbnail look at six different planning approaches and points the way to how you can learn more about them.
Person-Centered Planning Lesson 4: Person-Centered Organizationshttps://cclds.org/person-centered-planning/course/4
The quality of the person-centered planning experience depends 100% on the questions we are willing to ask and how we choose to respond to what we hear. This lesson discusses three different organizational designs that impact the quality of person-centered services.
Person-Centered Planning Lesson 5: Citizen-Centered Leadershiphttps://cclds.org/person-centered-planning/course/5
From Consumer to Citizen. This lesson is an invitation to join a growing network of people committed building communities where All Means All (tip of the hat to Marsha Forest). It is the trailhead of a much deeper experience that challenges you to become a citizen-centered leader.