An important question, “What have I achieved?” is often missing from other models that focus on goals. Through repeated use of this model, the person with the disability should develop greater capacity to evaluate the effectiveness of their actions, and if necessary, to revise those actions or their goals accordingly. The model process supports the person with the disability to take the information they have gathered on an ongoing basis through their self-monitoring plans and compare it with the initial information and criteria for goal attainment.
Question 9: The first question under Phase 3, “What actions have I taken?” starts the evaluation of progress towards meeting the career and job goal. The person with the disability is prompted to list or review the actions they have been monitoring.
Question 10: The second question under Phase 3, “What barriers have been removed?” looks at starts the evaluation of progress towards meeting the career and job goal. This step prompts the person with the disability to list what they have accomplished.
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