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The Personal Outcome Measures® are a powerful tool for evaluating personal quality of life and the degree to which organizations individualize supports to facilitate outcomes. The Personal Outcome Measures® for Children and Youth are grounded in the same values and measurement methodologies as the Personal Outcome Measures® for Adults. The focus of the Personal Outcome Measures® for Children and Youth are different in that they account for the developmental stages for children.

Children/youth, with their families, guardians, or other supporters, define outcomes for themselves. An organization can only design and provide the needed supports after it discovers how the child/youth and family defines their outcomes.

This manual offers detailed guidance for person-centered discovery about individually-defined outcomes of children/youth and their families, as well as the supports they receive to achieve those outcomes.

Inside the Personal Outcome Measures® Manual:

  • View detailed descriptions about the POM factors and indicators
  • Receive clear guidance about the entire POM process involving children and youth
  • Adapt information-gathering and decision-making approaches for children and youth
  • Discover techniques for interviewing and measurement

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Download the Personal Outcome Measures® Manual

Along with the option to purchase a professionally-printed version of the Personal Outcome Measures® Manual for Children and Youth, CQL also offers the manual as a free electronic download. Keep in mind that the Personal Outcome Measures® is a trademarked and proprietary tool. By downloading the electronic version of the Personal Outcome Measures® Manual for Children and Youth, you agree to utilize the manual or Personal Outcome Measures® process only in a manner consistent with the way it is intended – as a tool for person-centered discovery and organizational transformation, developed by CQL | The Council on Quality and Leadership. You also agree not to reproduce, commercially exploit, or sell to third parties the Personal Outcome Measures®, the manual, its contents, and/or delivery without prior written authorization from CQL. Your use of the Personal Outcome Measures®, the manual, its contents, and/or delivery shall display CQL’s copyright notice or otherwise acknowledge CQL | The Council on Quality and Leadership as the author and creator of the tool.

To receive the free electronic version of the Personal Outcome Measures® Manual for Children and Youth, you need to fill out the form below. After completing all of the fields on the form, please click the ‘Download’ button to access the manual. In future emails, we will be providing some additional information, related resources, and supplemental services that will assist you in your use of the Personal Outcome Measures®.

To receive the free electronic version of the Personal Outcome Measures® Children & Youth Manual, you need to fill out the form below. After completing all of the fields on the form, please click the 'Download' button to access the manual. In future emails, we will be providing some additional information, related resources, and supplemental services that will assist you in your use of the Personal Outcome Measures®.
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Factores, Indicadores y Preguntas Sugeridas de POM

Las Medidas de Resultados Personales (Personal Outcome Measures® POM) es un proceso de descubrimiento centrado en la persona, que explora la presencia, la importancia y el logro de resultados, junto con los apoyos que ayudan a las personas a alcanzar esos resultados. Las Personal Outcome Measures® incluyen 21 indicadores, que se organizan en 5 factores, para comprender mejor los resultados deseados de personas que reciben servicios.

El documento cuyo enlace aparece más abajo es un extracto de las Personal Outcome Measures (POM) completas. Incluye una lista de los 5 factores, 21 indicadores, junto con preguntas sugeridas que ayudarán a los entrevistadores a reunir información de quienes reciben apoyo y servicios.