H. Sanderson, J. Thompson and J. Kilbane
Journal of Integrated Care, vol.14, Apr. 2006, p.18-23
Recent research has demonstrated that person-centred planning leads to positive benefits for people with learning disabilities in the areas of community involvement, contact with friends and family, and choice. This paper explores the impact that the introduction of person-centred planning can have on the life experiences of people with learning disabilities, the costs associated with its implementation, and the organisational factors that can facilitate or impede its effectiveness.