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Cornell University. ILR School. Employment and Disability Institute

Course 5d: Personal Futures Planning
Dr. Beth Mount

Self Quiz



1. Personal Futures Planning is a tool that facilitates change within service systems to be more responsive to the unique interests and needs of the person who is requesting services.

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2. There are six different tasks of Personal Futures Planning. The planner can pick any of the six tasks he or she wants to use and leave off those that do not seem relevant.

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True
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3. Personal Futures Planning creates a plan of direction that human service professionals should modify to fit service structures and schedules.

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4. The two purposes of Personal Futures Planning are to identify better opportunities for quality life experiences and to create the strategies for getting there.

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5. Personal Futures Planning places the O’Brien valued outcomes at the core of the process.

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True
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False