CD-Roms & Posters
Inclusion Press Catalog
Circles of Friends
John O'Brien Books
When Person Centered Planning was created, it was simply a way to title processes that put the individual in the middle of their own planning. Decades later, it has collected an enormous array of luggage, including many mandated legal implications which were not part of the original concept. OUR usage is simply a catchment term to notice that many of the planning methods we have developed have an individuals' interest as their essence.
Part of our understanding is that Person Centered means planning with people - not doing to them. They will be central to their own plans, and we will do what it takes to give them the maximum possible safe management of their own planning and lives. The purpose is to give people full lives.
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|All My Life's a Circle |
New Expanded Edition
Using the Tools: Circles, MAPS and PATH
by by M. Falvey, M. Forest, J. Pearpoint and R. Rosenberg
>All Means All Pack
|The Big Plan |
A Good Life after School
Stephen Coulson and
Celebrating the Ordinary
The emergence of options in community
living as a thoughtful organization
by John O'Brien, Connie Lyle O'Brien & Gail Jacob
>Community Living Pack
for Graphic Facilitators
Starting out or want a graphics refresher. Try this simple 'how to' book. A Person Centered tool.
by Jack Pearpoint
|A Little Book About Person Centered Planning |
Ways to think about person-centered planning
John O'Brien & Connie Lyle O'Brien - Editors
Members of Each Other
Building community in company
with people with developmental disabilities
by John O'Brien and Connie Lyle O'Brien
>Community Living Pack
One Candle Power
Circles of Support - a classic seven volume series from Communitas edited and updated.
Edited by Cathy Ludlum
|The PATH & MAPS Handbook|
Person-Centered Ways to Build Community
John O'Brien, Jack Pearpoint and Lynda Kahn
|Person-Centered Planning with MAPS and PATH |
A Workbook for Facilitators
by John O'Brien & Jack Pearpoint
Facilitiation for Inclusion
with PATH & MAPS
Together We're Better
A staff development kit for inclusion
|Tools for Change CD-Rom |
70 tools, 180 overheads, 30 video clips,
4 slide shows, hundreds of instructional. screen pages.
4 years in creating.
Marsha Forest, Jack Pearpoint
and John O'Brien's first CD ROM.