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Clarissa 
Has anyone devised a way to go through a POMs conversation with a picture book version of the various POMs? Would you be willing to share? I know the Easy Read POMs booklet is helpful but I am looking for more ideas to help us... (more)
Clarissa L. said 1 week, 1 day ago . . Comment
Velma 
I am looking for a pictorial chart/page of Individual Rights. I have one that was given to me but was copied several times and it has lost clarity. Does anyone have something they can share? I find visuals are better when... (more)
Velma L. T. said 5 months, 2 weeks ago . . Show Comments (11) Hide Comments (11)
Casey 
Does anyone have any resources on best practice regarding privacy? Looking to provide information to staff and the people they are supporting. Thanks
Casey AE G. said 4 months, 2 weeks ago . . Show Comments (5) Hide Comments (5)
Donna 
Hi all, we are looking for an easy read, possibly pictoral information on teaching people about abuse/neglect. Does anyone have anything they would be willing to share?
Donna L. said 2 months, 3 weeks ago . . Show Comments (3) Hide Comments (3)
Clarissa 
Hello All. I am just wondering if anyone has advice for having POMs conversations with the people who are non verbal and those who only respond to close-ended questions.
Clarissa L. said 2 weeks, 3 days ago . . Show Comments (1) Hide Comments (1)
Seth 
CQL is hosting a 1-day conference in North Carolina. Learn about outcomes, social capital, supported decision-making and employment. Join us! http://www.c-q-l.org/conferenceNC
Seth M P. said 4 weeks, 1 day ago . . Comment
Lisa 
Hello All, I am just wondering who does the POM interviews for your organizations?
Lisa A. said 2 months ago . . Show Comments (6) Hide Comments (6)
Clarissa 
How are others measuring success with whether or not the information gained during POMs interviews are truly being used/implemented in hab plans & ISPs. In other words, how have others been using their QA departments to monitor... (more)
Clarissa L. said 2 months, 2 weeks ago . . Show Comments (4) Hide Comments (4)
Jean 
We are looking to develop a training course for staff on building Natural Supports. Rather than reinvent the wheel, see if anyone was doing something similar.
Jean D J. said 1 month, 4 weeks ago . . Comment
Richard 
Hello! We are so excited to present Creating Possibilities: Inspiring Creative Minds. Please plan to join us in Rapid City for a social on the evening of May 25 and two full days of cutting edge plenary and breakout sessions... (more)
Richard H. said 1 month, 4 weeks ago . . Comment

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Ross 
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Anne 
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Joseph 
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