Person-Centered Thinking and Planning

As we’re wrapping up Month of the Military Child, we would like to take this opportunity to revisit a blog post from earlier this month – Person-Centered Thinking and Planning.

The Person-Centered Thinking and Planning process is most helpful for parents of children with disabilities, but can be used by all parents and guardians.

Watch the video below to learn about Person-Centered Thinking and Planning as it guides you through the steps to mapping out what is important to and for your child.

Download the example of Person-Centered Thinking & Planning in the video and a template to create your own! 


This MFLN-Military Caregiving concentration blog post was published on April 27, 2018.

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