Practicing a person-centered philosophy is important in helping the people you serve develop their service plans (refer to the Documentation & Compliance Power Point presentation in the Training section of the website). There are some basic principles and processes that can be followed to make the process more person-centered. A resource guide and power point presentation will be posted on this site in the near future. For more information contact Tish Thomas.
A Person-Centered Guide for Mental Illness and Substance Use Disorders - from the Council on Quality Leadership