NQF: Person Centered Planning and Practice Final Report
Description: This report documents the effort to address long-term services and supports (LTSS) that are predicated on a person’s needs, preferences, goals, and desires. Health and Human Services (HHS) in collaboration with its partners and other stakeholders, convened to generate recommendations to, refine the current definition(s) for Person-Centered Planning, develop a set of core competencies for performing Person-Centered Planning facilitation, make recommendations to HHS on systems characteristics that support person-centered thinking, planning, and practice, develop a conceptual framework for Person-Centered Planning measurement; and conduct an environmental scan including the historical development of person-centered planning in LTSS systems to include a research agenda for future Person-Centered Planning research. These recommendations will support the continued creation of a sustainable system where older adults and people with disabilities have choice, control, and access to a full array of quality services that assure optimal outcomes including independence, good health, and quality of life.
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