Person-centredness is a core concept that underpins all service delivery processes of EPR member organisations. The smooth implementation of this principle across all services supports quality services, continuum of care and achievement of the client’s objectives.



  •  EPR Activities


Person-Driven Planning in Transition processes

(2013) EPR has organised for its member organisations two activities in 2013, in close collaboraton with Dr Caren Sax and Dr Fred McFarlane, both leading professors and personalities at San Diego State University, USA . An introductory presentation (with voice-over) and a benchlearning meeting.


Training seminar on Person-centredness in Rehabilitation Services

(08-09 March 2010) - Discussion on challenges related to person-centredness, notably in terms of education of the consumer, of the service provider and all others involved in the rehabilitation process, in terms of funding, resources, and of quality.



  •  Members' expertise


Supporting People To Fully Participate in Society - RehabCare 2010.

Presentation given by Barry Sweeney in the framework of the EPR Annual Conference 2010.



  •  Relevant documents and links


Increasing person-centered thinking: improving the quality of person-centered planning - Institute on Community Integration UAP University of Minnesota - Manual for person-centered planning facilitators.


The art of powerful questions: Catalyzing, Insight, Innovation and Action - Eric E. Vogt, Juanita Brown and David Isaacs.


Social Integration in Employment Settings: Application of Intergroup Contact Theory (February 2010) - American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities - This study used a survey of 106 employment specialists to test the ability of intergroup contact theory to explain social integration outcomes of employees with disabilities.





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