Research on person centred planning

Research has demonstrated that person centred planning leads to positive changes for people. This paper shows how person centred planning is associated with benefits in the areas of community development, contact with friends and family, and choice.

Author: Helen Sanderson et al


6 comments for “Research on person centred planning”

  1. Gravatar of emily castleemily castle
    posted 30 April 2011 at 00:00:20

    just wanted to say how amazing the results appear to be re personalised budgeting we are currently developing a bid in wakefield for improving futures of children 5 - 10, i just wondered how we could engage with you either on the bid or in the future to look at personalised budgets
    tel 01924 304345
    thanks Emily

  2. Gravatar of NicNic
    posted 03 May 2011 at 11:24:19

    Hi Emily
    Tried ringing your telephone but it didn't put me through - please email me and we'll talk further - great to hear how positive things are in Wakefield - am now in touch with Andy Simpson and Mark Monkman in Children's Services.

  3. Gravatar of Angela BaileyAngela Bailey
    posted 31 August 2011 at 11:59:25

    Hi I am a partially disabled person and a single mother living wihin the Willesden area. I have done a nuber of courses in the
    adult colleges and I am in need of a bit of financial supporttht is necessary for a Health and social course with one of our universities as I have learning disability and I would like to be considered for the appropriate budget for my needs as I woud like the opportunity to be a good breadwinner and role model for being able to cope with my daughter needs as she is a child in need.Can you give me a call as soon as possible on 0208 451 5017 Thanks kindly Angela Bailey

  4. Gravatar of Tina LawalTina Lawal
    posted 27 January 2012 at 08:37:33

    Hi everyone,
    I think personal centred planning is a really poll for people in needs and their family daily needs. Lot of family enjoy it because it improvetheir knowledge, empower them to know ways of communicating and understand the needs of their love ones and dealing with the professional when using the srvices of care and the treatment .It prepare them to face lot of challenges from professionals as well.

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    posted 19 March 2012 at 12:56:22

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  6. Gravatar of Lynne NelsonLynne Nelson
    posted 21 September 2012 at 12:32:43


    I have tried several times to get in-touch with you but to no avail.
    I have a son who is being cared for by a support agency funded by Lancashire and the ILF.
    I would like to help him fund his own life without using this agency. He is not happy with his life and the person he shares the house with.
    I did get an email stating that someone would contact me but that was about two weeks ago.
    Can you please contact me via email or mobile 07922 988048 to help me make a happier and safer life for my son.
    Thank you

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