Person-centered planning involves the process of a person or group crafting a focused vision of how they picture their future. Person-centered planning works to identify a person’s strengths, goals, interests, needs, and dreams. The person-centered planning process can be accomplished using the following planning processes: PATH, MAPS, the Liberty Plan, and Essential Life Planning (ELP).
We offer person-centered planning to all of the people we support at Trillium Services and Trillium Works!, or anyone who is interested. Person-centered planning can be used for individuals, groups, companies, schools; or any other group dynamic.
A backwards planning tool leading individuals, families, and organizations from identification of a vision for their future to specify actions to get moving on the journey to that future.
The MAPS approach uses process-questions, graphics, and group facilitation to help illustrate a shared future vision through storytelling.
It assists an individual in identifying a clear path to a positive future vision through a focus on their strengths, interests, and dreams.
A powerful tool used to assist a person and those closest to them in creating a vision for their future. It is a process that leads to a greater understanding of the person's values, gifts, and dreams.
The Liberty Plan explores a person’s gifts, accomplishments and hopes for the future. The process gives time and attention in a step by step process that moves through the segments of the planner’s life – one at a time. The process captures the stories and successes as well as the gifts and capacities as it sets plans for the future.
Co-founder Wendy Annis was a pioneer in introducing the person-centered planning process to Minnesota when Trillium first opened. Today they educate people on how to facilitate these programs, as well as provide the service to their clients.
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