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Preparation of this paper was partially supported by a subcontract to Responsive Systems Associates from the Center on Human Policy, Syracuse University, for the Research and Training Center on Community Living (RTCCL). The RTCCL is supported through Cooperative Agreement No. H133B30072 between the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) and the University of Minnesota Institute on Community Integration. Members of the center are encouraged to express their opinions; these do not necessarily represent the official position of the NIDRR. We acknowledge the sustained and creative work of our friends Dottie Adams, Pat Puckett, Viola Perry, and Gillian Grable in developing the approach to person-centered planning we know best.