This month’s Autism 200 Series class  “Social Inclusion through Person Centered Planning” will be held Thursday, March 15, 2018 at Seattle Children’s Hospital in Wright Auditorium from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

Person Centered Planning is strength based discovery process used to help people with disabilities identify their desires, hopes and dreams so they can make goals and plan for their future. It helps families and professionals learn more about the person’s unique capabilities and skills so they can plan for community supports and services.  In this presentation, we will share the different types of plans, how the process works and how they can be used across the life span so that individuals can live the life they want.

These classes are designed for parents, teachers and caregivers. The topics associated with the majority of classes are applicable to all age ranges and for a wide variety of children diagnosed with autism and people with all types of developmental disabilities. Instructors: Ramona Hattendorf, Director of Advocacy, Arc of King County & Cathy Murahashi, Family Engagement Coordinator, King County Parent & Family Coalition.

Autism200. Person Centered Planning