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This tool was developed to help participants in Cash & Counseling programs set personal goals. There are three major objectives sighted for the process: To develop a structured process to ensure that the participants’ goals are clearly articulated and that the spending plan represents the needs and wishes of the consumer, to assure and improve quality at the individual level, and to use data collected for quality improvement at the program level.
Programs/Initiatives:Cash and Counseling
Participant Goal Setting (PGS) process; participants’ goals; improve quality at the individual level; quality improvement at the program level; Process for Participant Goal Setting; examples of personal goals; examples of how participants could use the program’s services and supports; spending plan worksheet; List of Goals; evaluation of workers; evaluation of consumer reports; overall program evaluation; sample cover letter
National Resource Center for Participant-Directed Services
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