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Person centred reviews enable organisations reflect on the progress or changes that need to be made in a person’s life. The person is involved, has a role in organising the meeting and who they invite, and how it is run.
The short description of the method in the minibook person centred thinking you find here.
An example of a person centred review you find in the story of Rosemarie Hinterseer (Link to Frau_Hinterserr-en.doc) and Sabine (Link to Sabine's review.docx).
An explanation of person centred reviews you can also find on the website of Helen Sanderson Associates
These texts gives you a good introduction into person centred reviews:
SANDERSON, Helen & MATHIESEN, Ruth (2003): Person Centred Reviews. Stockport: HSA Press.http://www.dorsetforyou.com/media/pdf/f/n/Person_Centred_Reviews_Adult_Pack.pdf
SANDERSON, Helen & GOODWIN, Gill (2007): Person Centred Thinking Stockport: HSA Press.http://www.personcentredplanning.eu/files/hsa_minibook_pcp.pdf