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Introduction


Course Unit 1:Basic Aspects of Person Centred Planning (PCP)


  • 1.1: What are we going to learn?
  • 1.2: What do we call Person Centred Planning?
  • 1.3: Evolution of the concept of inclusion
  • 1.4: The concept of inclusion
  • 1.5: The inclusive culture
  • 1.6: Implications of the inclusion model
  • 1.7: The concept of support
  • 1.8: Meet Rosa
  • 1.9: A day at school with Rosa
  • 1.10: Rosa: School lunch
  • 1.11: Rosa: Extra-curricular activities
  • 1.12: Antonio's story.
  • 1.13: Antonio at work
  • 1.14: Antonio in his free time
  • 1.15: Conclusions
  • 1.16: What have we learnt?

Course Unit 2:Main ideas of PCP


  • 2.1: What are we going to learn?
  • 2.2: PCP for improving quality of life
  • 2.3: The person is the centre and focal point of the process.
  • 2.4: Looking at the person first
  • 2.5: Visual aids
  • 2.6: Looking for the positive
  • 2.7: PCP supports the person to be who they really want to be.
  • 2.8: Conclusions
  • 2.9: What have we learnt?

Course Unit 3:Objectives of PCP


  • 3.1: What are we going to learn?
  • 3.2: Promoting local and natural support
  • 3.3: Expressing oneself and making choices
  • 3.4: Enjoying their rights
  • 3.5: Developing skills and areas.
  • 3.6: Conclusions
  • 3.7: What have we learnt?

Course Unit 4:The Support Group


  • 4.1: What are we going to learn?
  • 4.2: What is the support group?
  • 4.3: Who forms the group?
  • 4.4: What is the role of the support group?
  • 4.5: Who is the facilitator?
  • 4.6: Respecting the central person’s rights
  • 4.7: Conclusions
  • 4.8: What have we learnt?

Course Unit 5:Transition to the Person Centred Model


  • 5.1: What are we going to learn?
  • 5.2: The way we relate to each other
  • 5.3: Difference between the different models for providing support
  • 5.4: Conclusiones
  • 5.5: What have we learnt?

Course Unit 6:Visual maps for PCP


  • 6.1: What are we going to learn?
  • 6.2: Relationship Map
  • 6.3: The Places Map
  • 6.4: The Life Map or Personal History Map
  • 6.5: Conclusions
  • 6.6: What have we learnt?

Course Unit 7:PCP Experiences


  • 7.1: What are we going to learn?
  • 7.2: Helen: Forming the support group
  • 7.3: Emma: improving her quality of life
  • 7.4: William: changing his life
  • 7.5: Ernest: finding out about his life and his preferences.
  • 7.6: Conclusions

Course Unit 8:PCP Meetings


  • 8.1: What are we going to learn?
  • 8.2: Basing the Plan on true desires
  • 8.3: The right and obligation to take part
  • 8.4: The person's dreams, some difficulties
  • 8.5: Exercise
  • 8.6: Aids for meetings
  • 8.7: What have we learnt?

Course Unit 9:Difficulties in the development of PCP


  • 9.1: What are we going to learn?
  • 9.2: Impossible and/or non-positive plans
  • 9.3: An inappropriate facilitator
  • 9.4: Inappropriate group members
  • 9.5: Not believing in the Central Person's ability
  • 9.6: Precautions
  • 9.7: Conclusions

Course Unit 10:The PCP Process


  • 10.1: What are we going to learn?
  • 10.2: Where do we start?
  • 10.3: PCP meetings
  • 10.4: Resources and members
  • 10.5: Getting into action
  • 10.6: Monitoring the PCP process
  • 10.7: Conclusions
  • 10.8: What have we learnt?

Course Unit 11:Final Conclusions


  • 11.1: Conclusiones