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Too often, services for people with disabilities are "silo-ed" – agencies, organizations, and providers focus only on what they do and do not communicate or collaborate with others providing similar supports. As a result, people with disabilities can receive ineffective, redundant, or even contradictory advice and support.
This session will demonstrate ways to create and implement effective and efficient support plans and services using Supported Decision-Making. In the Culture of Coordinated Support (CCS) model, people and providers work together and coordinate their efforts to ensure that people receive Special Education, Vocational Rehabilitation, Person Centered Planning, and other supports more effectively, in less time and with less effort.