The first Person-Centered Planning tool is PATH, which stands for Planning Alternative Tomorrows with Hope. PATH uses a group process for discovering a way to move toward a positive and possible goal, which is rooted in life purpose, by enrolling others, building strength and finding a workable strategy.
Using PATH would require buying the PATH Classic Book from the Inclusion Press website.
Watch this short video on how to create a PATH.
There are several resources about PATH on the Inclusion Press website. Explore the Inclusion Press website to see all the resources available. I would encourage you make sure you look at the book resources as well.