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Creating a plan is important to making sure the good things in life are happening for people. If individuals are receiving funding for support, then it may be a requirement that they provide the funder with a clear plan for their daily lives with an accompanying budget.

Person Centred Planning is a term being increasingly used by people to reflect an individualised approach to planning with and for people. Ideally, this idea should reflect a shift in thinking, values and actions about how people with disability are supported rather than just a plan with goals and activities that are assigned to an individual. The following articles can provide some guidance about what it really means to enable a person to be at the centre of their lives with choice and control over decisions and the planning process.

Person Centred Planning: Key Features and Approaches    

Increasing Person Centred Thinking: Improving the Quality of Person Centred Planning

Finding A Way Toward Everyday Lives: The Contribution of Person Centred Planning

Planning tools

Mind map of a meaningful life

Creating a Good Life in Community Canada 

Think About Your Life UK

Person Centred Thinking Tools UK

Think and plan UK

In the Driving Seat UK

Using a calendar week as a visual tool can help you determine what someone's daily life looks like and how it might be developed.   

Example of a meaningful week - young adult

Example of a meaningful week - 7 year old

Template for a meaningful week

Planning for life after school

Family Advocacy NSW

Safeguards

Addressing Personal Vulnerability in Planning Community Living British Columbia