Personal Futures Planning (PFP)
PFP is a process for aiding individuals with TBI move on in their lives, by focusing on what it is they want in life and on the steps needed to get there. Dr. Beth Mount, a leading contributor to the movement toward person-centered planning, worked with us at Mount Sinai to modify Personal Futures Planning to suit people with TBI.
With Dr. Mount, we developed a Workbook, which is used by individuals with TBI and by people who want to work with them in planning for a better future. The Facilitator's Manual describes for leaders of PFP work groups the issues that need to be addressed in facilitating the PFP process and helping the person with TBI in moving on.
If you are interested in obtaining more information about technical assistance in establishing PFP in your organization, please e-mail Dr. Wayne Gordon at firstname.lastname@example.org, who with Dr. Mount, assists groups and organizations seeking to develop person-centered planning for individuals with TBI.