On May 14th and May 21st, Janis Tondora lead this webinar which reviewed key indicators of PCRP from both a process and a documentation perspective. Particular emphasis was placed on strategies for maintaining a strengths-based recovery orientation in collaborative care planning while simultaneously meeting rigorous documentation standards associated with fiscal and regulatory requirements.
- Identify a minimum of 3 differences between traditional methods of treatment planning and best-practice Person-Centered Recovery Planning
- Define the 4 component “Ps” of Person-Centered Recovery Planning (Philosophy, Process, Plan, and Product/Purpose)
- Learn strategies for respecting strengths-based, person-centered principles while also satisfying expectations associated with accreditation, and fiscal regulations, e.g., those associated with medical necessity criteria and/or funder documentation standard.
To access a copy of the presentation, click here.
To access the Person-Centered Care Planning Overview resource, click here.
To access the Recovery Roadmap: Tips for Recognizing a Good Person-Centered Plan, click here.
To access the Recovery Roadmap: Tips for Recognizing Person-Centered Process, click here.
Janis Tondora, Psy.D. is the Director of Systems Transformation, Yale Program for Recovery and Community Health.
Dr. Tondora’s professional interests focus on the design, implementation, and evaluation of services that promote self-determination, recovery, and community inclusion among individuals living with behavioral health conditions. She has provided training and consultation to over two dozen states and numerous international collaborators seeking to develop person-centered planning models and programs.