Person Centered Planning (PCP)
Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
Students Transitioning to Adult Roles: Using the Florida Consortium’s STAR Person Centered Planning Model
The Florida Consortium on Postsecondary Education and Intellectual Disabilities developed a 25 minute webinar detailing the Students Transitioning to Adult Roles (STAR) Person-Center Planning (PCP) process.
All that is required is filling out a brief form which provides immediate access to the webinar. The form will then generate an email with the STAR PCP materials to the user. After viewing the webinar, users will receive an email with the Facilitator’s Guide, STAR PCP PowerPoint, and the STAR PCP Student Orientation PowerPoint. The STAR PCP webinar shares the vision and goals of the process as well as describes the participant roles, steps, and related documents used throughout the process. The STAR PCP was designed to ensure students with disabilities who are transitioning into postsecondary programs have the opportunity to plan their own future with the support and encouragement of other adults in their lives. For a full transcription of the webinar audio, please click on the notes page, located in the tab to the right of the PowerPoint on each slide.
On-Campus Outreach’s “Using Person-centered Planning Values and Tools in Postsecondary Education Settings for Students with Significant Disabilities”
This document from On Campus Outreach from the University of Maryland provides common questions and answers describing Person Centered Planning.