person-centred planning in Hampshire: creating sustainable approaches
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person-centred planning in Hampshire: creating sustainable approaches

Kate Gregson Social Worker, Hampshire County Council, Hampshire County Council
Phillip Amey C of E, Curate, Diocese of Portsmouth, Hampshire County Council
Mandy Johnson Social Worker, Hampshire County Council, Hampshire County Council
Gwen Moulster Corporate Associate Director of Nursing
Martin Nobbs Development Officer, Hampshire County Council, Hampshire County Council

In this sixth, and final, article in a series by the Hampshire person-centred planning team, Kate Gregson and colleagues describe an approach to help build a sustainable person-centred culture. They summarise key activities undertaken in making person-centred plans the essence of all services, which will ultimately erase the need for plans per se as people begin to lead the fulfilling lives to which they aspire

Aperson-centred plan (PCP) is not a one-off event but a continuous, evolving process. As Mcintosh (2001) says: ‘Sustained effort will be required from people at all levels…. There is a need to find a set of shared values and build a culture that will change people’s lives, improve all services and have an impact on communities.’

Learning Disability Practice. 10, 2, 20-23. doi: 10.7748/ldp2007.03.10.2.20.c4258

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