In the Self Determination Program, planning teams will use a person-centered planning process to develop all Individual Program Plans (IPPs). Persons served, and those who support them, will see many changes in the choice of services and supports available to them. For example, a person served may be able to receive services that regional centers are not allowed to pay for because of past changes to state law; services like camping, certain types of therapies, and behavior services.
Regular regional center services such as supported living services, independent living services and day program services will still be available and can be purchased through the Self Determination program. Also, there may be new and different services available through local businesses or community agencies that can be purchased through the Self Determination program.
For the list of Self Determination Services by category, please view it here.
For the Self Determination Program Service Definitions, please view them here.