Fraser Person-Centered Planning is based on Michael Smull’s (1996) Essential Lifestyle Planning concepts. Person-Centered Planning is a process guided by a trained Fraser professional to create a plan that captures what is important to a person receiving services, and maintain or improve his/her quality of life.
The process identifies who and what a person needs or desires to be safe, healthy and happy on a daily basis. Fraser will focus on a person’s current strengths and situation as well as his/her dreams for the future. Planning meetings are driven by the preferences of each person, his/her family and anyone else chosen to include in the process (friends, case managers, direct support professionals, significant others, co-workers, etc.).
This program generally serves adolescents and adults, but has no age limitation.
Person-Centered Planning includes:
- Facilitation of the Person-Centered Planning meeting
- Pre-planning individual and group interviews related to plan development
- Development of the written Person-Centered Plan (PCP)
- Identification of community resources
- Referrals to appropriate county or state funded programs
- On-going monitoring/evaluation of plan implementation (if requested)
- Periodic review and updates to the PCP (if requested)
For more information, click on the topics below, or contact CommunitySupports@fraser.org or 612-767-5180.
Our Staff are Qualified Professionals (QMRP), trained in person-centered and family-centered approaches. All staff are culturally competent, and Spanish-speaking staff are available.
Services are provided at the person’s home, school, worksite or other preferred community location.
CDCS, Consumer Support Grant, Family Support Grant and private pay.