The Oregon ISP process is used to support planning with people who experience intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. It is required for use when the person chooses any Medicaid-funded services.
Support for the Oregon ISP process is provided by OTAC with funding provided by Oregon’s Office of Developmental Disabilities Services (ODDS).
Please browse this site to learn more about the Oregon ISP. Have a question? We love to hear from you.
We’re looking ahead to an exciting year in 2017:
- All of the ISP forms will be republished in PDF format in the spring. A transmittal from ODDS outlines which new forms will be required and which are optional.
- Protocols and financial plan which were updated by interested stakeholders during 2016 will be published. A webinar will be offered to demonstrate the new forms.
- A new schedule of ISP trainings around Oregon will be developed in February.
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