It is where the IPP meeting is focused on you! Your IPP should meet your needs and show your choices and preferences. This is called “person-centered.”Title 17, Cal. Code Regs., section 56076(e)(9).
Person-centered planning is an approach to working toward the future you want for yourself.Section 4646(a). It gives you a way to say:
- Where you want to live and work
- Who you want to live with
- How and with whom you want to spend your time
- How you want to arrange other important parts of your lifeSections 4501 and 4502(b)(10).
You must participate in making your IPP with your planning team so you get the services and supports you need to achieve your goals and dreams.Sections 4646(a)(b) and (d) and 4512(j). It is an ongoing process, not just one meeting. And it’s all about YOU and your goals.