Person-centered thinking

October 8, 2018
by Tanya
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Person-Centered Thinking: What Is It?

Person-Centered Thinking is putting the person first. Through history, the treatment of people with disabilities and the services they receive have been glum. The focus has has been mostly on keeping people healthy and safe, leading to a one-size-fits-all approach … Continue reading

July 22, 2018
by Beth
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Care Mapping: Sketch Your Resources

Have you ever heard of care mapping? It is “a family-driven, person-centered process which highlights a family’s strengths and communicates both the big picture and the small details of all of the resources needed to support a child and their family” … Continue reading

August 20, 2014
by Editorial Team
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MN Autism Benefit Update

The public comment time on the MN Autism Early Intensive Intervention Benefit is completed. The benefit was submitted for federal approval on July 18, 2014. You can see the summary of public comments here: ASD Public Comments Response

August 29, 2013
by Editorial Team
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Promising Apps

Remember Flat Stanley and all his adventures? Dale Hubert, the author of the beloved and educationally engaging Flat Stanley Project, has developed new apps to support children with special needs. We all know how accessible the Flat Stanley Project is … Continue reading