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DEMO VERSION


Goal setting


Section 1 I


t takes time and effort to establish an effective goal. PTs should acquire the habit of asking key


questions and eliciting quality information from the client. First, it must be possible to quantify (measure) the goal; otherwise it is not possible to tell when the goal has been achieved. Secondly, the goal must be specific. This usually involves stating numbers, such as a particular body weight to be reached, or an upper arm circumference to be achieved. Next, there must be a timeframe within which the goal is to be achieved. This usually involves setting a date, such as a holiday, wedding, sporting event and so on.


The acronym SMART is useful in this respect. A goal should be:


©YMCA Awards 2015


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