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).
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Here are some of the highlights of offerings in 2016:
- A new ISP Attachment is published in June 2016 along with additional resources to support planning.
- A new “level two” regional ISP workshop will bring SC/PAs and providers together for hands-on practice and small group discussion.
- ISP training for Families will be developed and offered in collaboration with statewide and local family advocacy organizations.
- The People Planning Together workshop will be offered quarterly to people who experience intellectual or developmental disabilities.
- Two-day Person Centered Thinking classes will be offered to SC/PAs around the state.
- Updates will be made to the available support document templates, including the Aspiration/Choking, Constipation, Dehydration, Seizure, and Pica protocols as well as the Financial Plan.
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