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Person centred planning

Person centred planning - PCP is a way of working together and communicating positively with each other, always with the child or young person at the centre of the process.

The views, wishes and feelings of the child / young person will be at the heart of decision making.

PCP involves using a variety of different 'tools' or methods to develop the child or young person's ID(E)P. There are many different approaches to PCP but they all centre on the child or young person's views, wishes and feelings, their aspirations and hopes for the future.

Reviews and meetings

Meetings and reviews should be positively focused to explore a better and more positive future for the child or young person. The meeting should also produce a clear action plan.

The positive approach for meetings and reviews should focus less on what's wrong, and more on what we would like to happen.

There might be a change in the type of questions you are asked to consider, and the type of information that you are asked to share.

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