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(4.25) What should be written in the IPP?

(4.25) What should be written in the IPP?

The IPP must contain:

  • Your goals and objectives. Your goals must be based on your needs, preferences, and life choices. Your objectives are time-limited steps to reaching your goals and meeting your needs. Your objectives must be written so your progress on the objectives under each goal can be measured. Objectives can also monitor whether you are getting the services in your IPP.
  • A list of the types and amounts of all services and supports you need to reach your objectives and goals. This includes services the regional center will provide or pay for and those that will come from other agencies or resources. The description of services and supports must include the date they will start and a timeline for anything needed before they start.
  • A schedule for review and evaluation of your IPP. This helps track that you are getting the IPP services, meeting your objectives on time, and you and your family are satisfied with your IPP and how it is being carried out.[1]Section 4646.5(a)(2)(5)&(8).

References
1 Section 4646.5(a)(2)(5)&(8).