Person-centered planning and outcome management mazimizing organizational effectiveneess in supporting quality lifestyles among people with disabilities by Jane M. Everson

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Published by Habilitative Management Consultants in Morganton, N.C .

Written in English

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  • Services for,
  • Developmentally disabled,
  • Organizational behavior

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 217-221) and index.

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Other titlesPerson centered planning and outcome management
StatementJane M. Everson and Dennis H. Reid
ContributionsReid, Dennis H.
The Physical Object
Pagination234 p. :
Number of Pages234
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24873560M
ISBN 100964556227
ISBN 109780964556225

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Person-Centered Career Planning focuses on identifying what the job seeker wants to do rather than skills and limitations he or she may have. Refer client to Nurse Case Management Program, if health is poor, declining or client pregnant.

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The movement from provider-centered instruction to person-centered participation is being driven by both the recognition of the value of person-centered care in helping individuals to achieve their desired outcomes. This planning process, and the resulting person-centered service plan, will assist the individual in achieving personally defined outcomes in the most integrated community setting, ensure delivery of services in a manner that reflects personal preferences and choices, and contribute to the assurance of health and welfare.

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Planning is undertaken at all levels of management and is concerned with the future course of action. Planning is flexible as commitment is based on future conditions which are always dynamic.

Planning is a continuous managerial function involving the process ofFile Size: KB. The Person Centered Planning process focuses on outcomes that are identified by the person receiving services in collaboration with their guardian and family.

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