Webinar 1/6: What It Takes to Facilitate Person-Centered Planning

December 16, 2020

January 6, 2021, at 2:00 - 3:30pm ET

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People who facilitate person-centered planning play a key-role in ensuring a person-centered system. For the planning process to be truly person-centered, it is critical that staff who facilitate person-centered planning possess the skills to: keep the focus on the person, cultivate connections, maximize choice and control, communicate clearly, and make sure the plan is implemented according to the person’s wishes. In this panel discussion, experts with a variety of backgrounds will share their experiences with person-centered planning and highlight the competencies they think are most important. This webinar is a companion to a recently published National Center on Advancing Person-Centered Practices and Systems (NCAPPS) resource, Five Competency Domains for Staff Who Facilitate Person-Centered Planning.

Presenters:

  • Amy Pierce, Peer Services Implementation Field Liaison, Via Hope
  • Dr. Carol Britton Laws, Training Director, Institute on Human Development and Disability
  • Darien Todd, Self-Advocate Intern, Center for Leadership and Disability, Georgia State University
  • Janis Tondora, Associate Professor, Yale Program for Recovery and Community Health

All NCAPPS webinars are recorded and archived at ncapps.acl.gov.


The National Center on Advancing Person-Centered Practices and Systems (NCAPPS) assists states, tribes, and territories to transform their long-term care service and support systems to implement U.S. Department of Health and Human Services policy on person-centered thinking, planning, and practices. It supports a range of person-centered thinking, planning, and practices, regardless of funding source. Activities include providing technical assistance to states, tribes, and territories; establishing communities of practice to promote best practices; hosting educational webinars; and creating a national clearinghouse of resources to support person-centered practice. Visit the NCAPPS website for more information.


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