PATH is a person-centered planning tool that helps individuals plan for their future. It is used widely with persons who have a disability, though it is not limited to this use. The process involves a carefully ordered structure that uses graphics to focus energy and support memory. PATH also identifies supports and people that will help to accomplish the goals identified, guiding the individual toward the future they desire. PATH outcomes are achieved through a collaborative process by first planning by first planning backwards, from the vision of a desirable future to a detailed action plan.
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