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Course 5a: Objectives and Framework for Person-Centered Planning Tools

Suggested Readings & Viewings

Books

Falvey, M., Forest, M., Pearpoint, J., & Rosenberg, R. (1997) All My Life's A Circle Using the Tools: Circles, MAPS & PATHS Toronto, ONT: Inclusion Press
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Pearpoint, J. (1998) From Behind the Piano Toronto, ONT: Inclusion Press
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Pengra, L. (2000) Your Values, My Values: Multicultural Services and Developmental Disabilities. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co., Inc.
Purchase at Paul H. Brookes Publishing


Snow, J. (1998) What's Really Worth Doing and How to Do It Toronto, ONT: Inclusion Press
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O'Brien, J. and O'Brien Lyle, C. (1998) A Little Book About Person-Centered Planning Toronto, ONT: Inclusion Press
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O'Brien, J. and O'Brien Lyle, C. (2002) Implementing Person-Centered Planning: Voices of Experience. Toronto, ONT: Inclusion Press
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O'Brien, J. and Lovett, H.(1992) Finding a Way Towards Everyday Lives: The Contributions of Person-Centered Planning. Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania Office of Mental Retardation


Wheatley, M. (2002) Turning to One Another. San Francisco, CA: Berret-Koehler Publishers, Inc.