Person-Centered Planning (PCP) system for people with Autism - Description

General Description

The output will consist of 2 distinct chapter, one called “Transitions” (IO1a) and the other “Life Planning Tools” (IO1b).


The “Transitions” chapter (IO1a) will consist of the following sub-chapters:

  1. Home to school
  2. Home to shops
  3. Class to class
  4. School to University
  5. School/University to working environment

Life Planning Tools

The “Life Planning Tools” chapter (IO1b) will consist of the following sub-chapters:

  1. Housing – where to live and who to live with
  2. Finance – budgeting and planning
  3. Leisure – how to positively spend leisure/unstructured time
  4. Health – eating healthy, exercise and healthy living skills
  5. Employment – job seeking and process
  6. Education – Further/Higher education, lifelong learning 
  7. Relationships – social skills and expectations
  8. Transport – how to get about, real and affordable
  9. Keeping safe – recognise and respond to risk

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Characteristics of the output Output type: Methodologies/Guidelines – Non-formal learning methodsPublication types: Online and Paper publicationsLanguages: English, Greek, Macedonian, Romanian, Bulgarian, Italian
Methodology used Expert knowledge bit theoretical & hands on (practical)Active involvement of puplis with AutismLiterature survey on ‘person-centered’ methodologies

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