Person Centered Thinking (PCT)

What is PCT?

It is a set of approaches to plan an individual’s life and the supports needed for that person to sustain independence. Person Centered Planning draws on the individual’s strengths and abilities to maximize achievement of outcomes. It focuses on the individual and their needs by putting them in charge of defining the direction for their life, not on the systems that may or may not be available to serve them. This ultimately leads to greater inclusion as valued members of both community and society.

SCLARC Person Centered Thinking Philosophy

The person centered approach is a tool that helps SCLARC realize one of our most important goals “to ensure that the people we serve receive services that assist them in living the highest quality life possible in their communities.”

PCT Videos

To turn on the Spanish language subtitles: click the “settings” button, choose “subtitles CC,” then click “auto-translate,” and select “Spanish”

To turn on the Spanish language subtitles: click the “settings” button, choose “subtitles CC,” then click “auto-translate,” and select “Spanish”.

South Central Los Angeles Regional Center (SCLARC) provides education, assessment, training and services in the communities of South Los Angeles, Watts, Leimert Park, Florence/Firestone, West Adams, and the cities of Bell, Bell Gardens, Compton, Cudahy, Downey, Huntington Park, Lynwood, Maywood, Vernon, South Gate, North Carson, Gardena, and Paramount.

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