Person-Centered Self-Management

This course seeks to help organizations differentiate between goal setting and person-centered goal setting. Participants will also learn the importance of documentation person-centered self-management goals and understand how to facilitate engagement to achieve better health outcomes for the individual.


This course is associated with Performance Activity PA_059, due 3/31/2018: Demonstrate that at least 75% of indicated staff have been trained in person-centered self-management goal setting, documentation and review either through a CNYCC hosted training or other training meeting minimum CNYCC requirements.”

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  1. Understand the difference between goal setting and person-centered goal
  2. Understand the importance of documenting person-centered
  3. Understand the tools available to facilitate individual/personal
  4. Understand how individual/personal goals fit into care
  5. Understand the effects on health outcomes of individual/personal engagement, person-centered goals and self-management


6 thoughts on “Person-Centered Self-Management

  • Posted February 27, 2018 at 9:55 am

    This course is very helpful in reminding CM of how to conduct client-centered self-management. It really helps CM to promote independence in client and to encourage them to be motivated to work towards reaching the goals they set for themselves.

  • Posted February 27, 2018 at 3:08 pm

    This presenter was very good. Examples were excellent, and to the point.

    Great job!


  • Posted March 16, 2018 at 7:43 pm

    Very good course on MI! Helps give meaning to some of the incidents dealt with on a daily basis.

  • Posted March 19, 2018 at 11:11 am

    Excellent Training. Easy to understand and fast pace.


  • Posted March 21, 2018 at 9:37 am

    Excellent, helpful. Using these tools will enable me to work more supportively with our clients. I have sat in on a self management class with my Pt.’s, through Cayuga County Health Network. I saw people finally participate, look forward to the next session, engage with others, not miss sessions, and leave with a sense of accomplishment and a sense of being part of a group or team. I love partnering with the expertise of CCHN, Jessica Soule, Amy Dickman, Georgette Jones.

  • Posted March 24, 2018 at 4:45 pm

    Was a nice presentation to help implement MI

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