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Person-Centered Planning

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  1. Person-Centered Planning Summit Pointe Provider Training 2017 This training should be viewed in slideshow mode. For best results, press F5 now.

  2. Training Objectives • What is Person-Centered Planning? • How Person-Centered Planning works. • What is the Provider’s role in the Person-Centered Planning process? • Next Steps… MDHHS Person-Centered Planning Policy Summit Pointe Person-Centered Planning Brochure Print and sign attestation-Provide copy to employer **Remember to update your trainings annually before they expire**

  3. Michigan Mental Health CodeAct No. 290 Public acts of 1995 Person centered planning is a process for planning and supporting the individual receiving services that builds upon the individual’s capacity to engage in activities that promote community life and that honors the individuals’, preferences, choices, and abilities. The person-centered planning process involves families, friends, and professionals as the individual desires or requires.

  4. Values and Principles Underlying PCP • Each individual has strengths and the ability to express preferences and make choices. • The individual’s choices and preferences shall always be honored and considered, if not always granted. • Each individual has gifts and contributions to offer the community and has the ability to choose how supports, services and/or treatment may help them utilize their gifts and make contributions to community life.

  5. Values and Principles Underlying PCP • Person-Centered Planning processes maximize the independence, create community connections, and work towards achieving the individual’s dreams, goals and desires. • A person’s cultural background shall be recognized and valued in the decision-making process.

  6. Education Thoughts & Feelings Relationships Housing & Home Life Employment Volunteer Activities Personal Budget Health and Fitness Legal Issues Personal Safety Spiritual Issues Etc. PCP can Focus on….

  7. The Person Determines: • Who, What, When, and Where • Hopes and Dreams • Resources and Strengths • Needs and Challenges • Parameters • What we can do to help

  8. Independent Facilitation • Independent facilitation can be a part of the person-centered planning process. It means that someone other than the person’s case manager or supports coordinator facilitates the planning meeting. • Individuals can be their own Independent Facilitator, or they can choose someone they know and trust, or a person trained in Independent Facilitation. • Independent Facilitators help individuals identify their dreams and goals, assist in arranging the planning meeting, keep the meeting focused on the individual, make sure that the individual is heard and understood, and provide information on a variety of supports (natural, community, or CMH-funded).

  9. Goals and Objectives Goals Objectives Specific Can be thought of as steps toward a goal How we get to what we want to achieve • General • Indicate overall intention • What we want to achieve

  10. SMART Goals • S-specific • M-measurable • A-attainable • R-relevant • T-time-Bound

  11. Provider’s Role in Person Centered Planning Process Read and stay informed about the person’s current plan of service. Ensure that you are providing the service you are requested to provide according to what is outlined in their plan of service. Document the person’s progress towards their goals/objectives during every shift. Document the service that you provided to assist the person in reaching their goals/objectives during every shift.

  12. What should I do if I feel the Person’s Plan is not being followed? • Contact Summit Pointe Customer Services 1-877-275-5887

  13. Next Steps… Review the DHHS Person Centered Planning guideline. Review the Summit Pointe Person Centered Planning Brochure. Print and sign the attestation. Keep a copy of the attestation for your records and provide a copy to your employer. Person Centered Planning training is required to be completed annually. If you wish to complete a live training, please contact Summit Pointe’s training department at 1-866-412-8767 or