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.
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.
Planning for life after school
Family Advocacy NSW
Addressing Personal Vulnerability in Planning Community Living British Columbia