Friday, 14 September 2012


Person centred planning is a set of approaches designed to assist someone to plan their life and support. It is used most often as a life planning model to enable individuals with disabilities or otherwise requiring support to increase their personal self determination and improve their own independence.

Some believe that integrity and dignity, if not more, are as much precious as life.

Men are not suffering from the lack of good literature, good art, good theatre, good music, but from that which has made it impossible for these to become manifest. In short, they are suffering from the silent shameful conspiracy (the more shameful since it is unacknowledged) which has bound them together as enemies of reality and practicality.

As life is action and passion, it is required of a man that he should share the passion and action of his time, at the peril of being not to have lived.

Some researchers think PCP is accepted as evidence based practice in many countries throughout the world, recently it has been advocated as a method of planning personalised support with many other sections of society who find themselves disempowered by traditional methods of service delivery, including children, people with physical disabilities, people with mental health issues and older people.

YOU CANNOT HAVE WHAT YOU DO NOT WANT and you need not give what others don't want.

Our culture has become something that is completely and utterly in love with its parent. It's become a notion of boredom that is bought and sold, where nothing will happen except that people will become more and more terrified of tomorrow, because the new continues to look old, and the old will always look cute.

In other words, person centre approach could be practise all over the world, nonetheless, the boundaries and differences humanity engages.

Moreover, people, CARERS and support givers need to see a person as an individual, perhaps, achievable through the elimination and condemnation of inequality, discrimination, abuse or stereotyping inherency.

Take a good look at yourself in a mirror and transcribe the treatment you would acquire others to objectively offer to your image on the other side, when you encounter others hopeless or helpless to maintain your own image.

The abilities of man must fall short on one side or the other, like too scanty a blanket when you are abed. If you pull it upon your shoulders, your feet are left bare; if you thrust it down to your feet, your shoulders are uncovered. Hence the need for a helping hand every now and then.