Options counseling

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In human services, options counseling or long-term support options counseling is a person-centered[1] service for older individuals, persons with disabilities, or their caregivers. It is defined as "an interactive decision-support process whereby consumers, family members and/or significant others are supported in their deliberations to determine appropriate long-term care choices in the context of the consumer’s needs, preferences, values, and individual circumstances."[2]

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