Outcomes Explained Page 1
Through the journey of implementing Personal Outcome Measures®, we learned that we share many of the same successes and challenges.
The confusion between "doing it right" and "doing the right thing" shows up in the organization's ongoing planning process. "Doing the right thing" is a strategic planning question.
The development of services and supports around outcomes for people stretches the role of the organization's employees, especially those professionals performing assessments and evaluations.
Application of outcome measures in employment settings has shown that the outcomes that assist people to find, secure and sustain a meaningful employment do not differ significantly from those used to measure success in other life areas.
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Service coordination attempts to unify the pattern of services and supports that are provided to individuals with disabilities.
A valid and reliable person-centered outcome quality improvement system builds upon these traditional quality measures
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