Build Integrated Support Plans

Put people in charge of supports planning

This person-centered approach focuses on what is important “to” and “for” people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to lead their own lives with the support they need to live, love, work, and play just as others do in their community.

Integrated Supports

Individuals and families utilize integrated supports to realize their vision for a good life

Understanding Integrated Supports

  • PERSONAL STRENGTHS
  • RELATIONSHIP BASED
  • TECHNOLOGY BASED
  • PAID IDD SERVICES
  • COMMUNITY BASED

3 Steps to Integrated Supports Planning

1Discuss the Vision

Brainstorm with the person to discover the life they want

2Explore Supports

Identify a variety of supports aligned with the person’s goals for a good life

3Create a Calendar

Visualize the best mix of supports for a typical week with an interactive calendar

Get Started

New U.S. Rules for Person Centered Planning

In March 2014 the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued new requirements that emphasize community integration, person-centered planning and services, and choice, including self-direction. Find out more:

CMS Guidelines
Summary of Person-Centered Planning Guidelines from the National Association of State Directors of Developmental Disability Services