What does a life care planner need to consider when creating a life care plan for a child as opposed to creating one for an adult?
The life care planner should consider the family’s response to development and transitions as well as long-term living options for a child with a disability. Refer to pages 62-64 of the Pediatric Life Care Planning and Case Management book for additional information.
(Grisham. 2004. “The Role of the Life Care Planner in Pediatric Life Care Planning.” In S. Riddick-Grisham (Ed.) Pediatric Life Care Planning and Case Management (pp.62-64). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.)