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Person-centered planning: analysis of research and effectiviness

Claudia Claes (UGent) , Geert Van Hove (UGent) , Stijn Vandevelde (UGent) and Jos van Loon (UGent)
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Person-centered planning is a well known and widely used approach to individual program planning in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities. Its purpose is to develop collaborative supports focused on community presence, community participation, positive relationships, respect, and competence. Because there is little research on its effectiveness, our purpose here was to (a) review the current status of effectiveness research; (b) describe its effectiveness in terms of outcomes or results; and (c) discuss the effectiveness of person-centered planning in relation to evidence-based practices. Analyzed studies suggest that, overall, this planning has a positive, but moderate, impact on personal outcomes for this population. The body of evidence provided in this review is weak with regard to criteria for evidence-based research.
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QUALITY, REHABILITATION, OUTCOMES, PEOPLE, BEADLE-BROWN, LONGITUDINAL ANALYSIS, INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES, PROFOUND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES, POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SUPPORTS, KNOWLEDGE

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Claes, Claudia, Geert Van Hove, Stijn Vandevelde, and Jos van Loon. 2010. “Person-centered Planning: Analysis of Research and Effectiviness.” Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities 48 (6): 432–453.
APA
Claes, Claudia, Van Hove, G., Vandevelde, S., & van Loon, J. (2010). Person-centered planning: analysis of research and effectiviness. INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, 48(6), 432–453.
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Claes C, Van Hove G, Vandevelde S, van Loon J. Person-centered planning: analysis of research and effectiviness. INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES. 2010;48(6):432–53.
MLA
Claes, Claudia, Geert Van Hove, Stijn Vandevelde, et al. “Person-centered Planning: Analysis of Research and Effectiviness.” INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES 48.6 (2010): 432–453. Print.
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  abstract     = {Person-centered planning is a well known and widely used approach to individual program planning in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities. Its purpose is to develop collaborative supports focused on community presence, community participation, positive relationships, respect, and competence. Because there is little research on its effectiveness, our purpose here was to (a) review the current status of effectiveness research; (b) describe its effectiveness in terms of outcomes or results; and (c) discuss the effectiveness of person-centered planning in relation to evidence-based practices. Analyzed studies suggest that, overall, this planning has a positive, but moderate, impact on personal outcomes for this population. The body of evidence provided in this review is weak with regard to criteria for evidence-based research.},
  author       = {Claes, Claudia and Van Hove, Geert and Vandevelde, Stijn and van Loon, Jos},
  issn         = {1934-9491},
  journal      = {INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES},
  keyword      = {QUALITY,REHABILITATION,OUTCOMES,PEOPLE,BEADLE-BROWN,LONGITUDINAL ANALYSIS,INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES,PROFOUND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES,POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SUPPORTS,KNOWLEDGE},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {6},
  pages        = {432--453},
  title        = {Person-centered planning: analysis of research and effectiviness},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1352/1934-9556-48.6.432},
  volume       = {48},
  year         = {2010},
}

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