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Product Information The Willowbrook Futures Project: A Longitudinal Analysis of Person-Centered Planning

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This study found that person-centered planning helped people with disabilities have better outcomes than a more traditional service approach.

 Author(s): Steve Holburn, John W. Jacobson, Allen A. Schwartz, Michael J. Flory, and Peter M. Vietz

Published in:2004

 Geographic Area Served: Everywhere
Product information last verified: 11/21/2013
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