Editors: Robert L. Schalock, James R Thompson, and Marc J. Tassé
Authors: Jan K. Ivey, James A. LeVelle, James R. Thompson, Alan Tribble, Jos van Loon, and Steve Wrigley
From its inception, individual supports planning (ISP) was the major anticipated use of information related to the Supports Intensity Scale. This White paper presents four approaches to intergrate the SIS-related data into person-centered planning. The first example shows how the four-component assessment and planning process described in the 2004 Users Manual can serve as a model for ISP development. The second example from the state of Utah demonstrates how one can develop enhancements to the standard SISOnline™. The third example shows how one agency in the Netherlands has aligned quality of life domains and indicators with support areas assessed by SIS. The fourth example describes how SIS can be used to stimulate creative planning.
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