This page will focus on providing articles, tools, links and other resources for California Regional Centers who are moving towards, implementing or sustaining person centered organizational change.
Silver Bullet Syndrome
Michael Smull talks about how training in person centered thinking and planning is just the beginning of the journey towards culture change in the service system. Silver Bullet Syndrome
Considerations for Person Centered Organizational Change
This brief article present some factors to consider in the early stages of planning, implementation, or efforts to sustain the initiative. Considerations for PCT Change Initiatives
The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices
Here's a link to the website for more resources on person centered thinking as well as trainers in every state. The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices
Person Centered Thinking (PCT) and Individual Program Plans
Whether using Sandis or a customized format, it’s important to work on aligning regional center IPPs with the principles and practices of person centered thinking. Here are some resources to consider when working towards that alignment.
- Here’s a checklist developed by Mary Beth Lepkowsky (TCRC) that will guide IPP and service planning alignment with the new CMS expectations for person centered plans.
Skills Application Log Fillable Form
Once the PCT trainers have gone, it’s time to do the hard work of implementing and sustaining person centered thinking and planning skills. The fillable form provides service coordinators the opportunity to record their suggestions for using each of the skills and to share that learning with others. Skills Application Log Fillable Form
Presence to Contribution
Types of Training Available
A list of the types of training available to support person centered thinking and planning. Use the contact list below for more information on any of these topics or a referral to someone who can assist you.
This list provides contact information for individuals in California who are certified PCT trainers. They can provide additional information about training opportunities.