Person-centred planning: a team approach
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Person-centred planning: a team approach

Phillip Amey Person Centred Planning Co-ordinator, Hampshire County Council
Kate Gregson Person Centred Planning Co-ordinator, Hampshire County Council
Mandy Johnson Person Centred Planning Co-ordinator, Hampshire Country Council
Gwen Moulster Person Centred Planning Commissioning Officer, Hampshire County Council
Martin Nobbs Person Centred Planning Co-ordinator, Hampshire Country Council

In the first in a series of articles on person-centred planning, a Hampshire-based team describes how to build a sustainable, person-centred culture. Phill Amey and colleagues outline some of the team’s successes, as well as challenges and barriers that have been encountered

In January 2004 Hampshire Partnership Board established a person-centred planning team in response to Valuing People (Department of Health (DH) 2001). The board made a unique investment by appointing four co-ordinators and a commissioning officer, initially for 12 months, funded by the Learning Disability Development Fund.

Learning Disability Practice. 9, 7, 12-16. doi: 10.7748/ldp2006.09.9.7.12.c7665

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