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What concrete examples do you use when discussing the personal outcome "People are respected" ?
Casey AE G. said 1 month, 1 week ago . Like . Show Comments (7) Hide Comments (7)
Stephanie S. said I also try to find out what the person's definition of respect is - how do they like to be treated?
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Casey AE G. said Hi All...Loving the discussion, thank you!!! I wonder Sarah and Pepi if you could expand a little and tell us what you mean when you refer to "the little R and the Big R" and also the three E's.
2 weeks, 2 days ago
Casey AE G. said Hi Pepi, fantastic explanation, I appreciate the time you took to expand, Casey
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August Capstone - Data Brief We are trialling the use of SPSS (v22) for our POMs data. We would love to connect with a person from CQL regarding its use!
Casey AE G. said 2 months, 2 weeks ago . Like . Show Comments (2) Hide Comments (2)
At the Arc of Steuben we are analyzing some of the data we have collected on outcomes present. With this in mind we have selected four that we are scoring low in and brainstorming ways to attack those areas. The four areas are:... (more)
Ann Beuchener sent an email indicating that there was information on an agency that was completing a one day POM overview, I cannot locate the information in the Library has anyone been able to access it?
Nadine D. said 2 months, 3 weeks ago . Like . Show Comments (1) Hide Comments (1)
As we conduct POM interviews , many people are asking for electronic support rather than a staff, feeling that it increases their independence I am researching methods for support and oversight that could be in place instead of a... (more)
Nadine D. said 4 months, 3 weeks ago . Like . Show Comments (5) Hide Comments (5)
Hi Guys, Does anyone have a really good system for monitoring basic assurances that they could share with me? email@example.com
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