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Cornell University. ILR School. Employment and Disability Institute

Course 1: Introduction to Person-Centered Planning


Self Quiz


1. Person-centered planning has become a familiar word in the human service delivery world.

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2. There is a risk that familiarity with the term "person-centered planning" will lead to simply given traditional service approaches a new name.

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3. Deeply held beliefs about people are easily separated from the actions one engages in with people.

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4. Person-centeredness does not require the use of a person-centered planning tool.

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5. Michael Kendrick, the author of "When People Matter More Than Systems," offers several key areas of conscious focus for person-centeredness.

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