Attending training for person-centered planning will:
DHHS hopes to increase the capacity and abilities of participants to advocate for themselves throughout their lives and determine their own services and supports.
To that end, DHHS plans to update the Individual Supports Plan (ISP) to be inclusive Charting the LifeCourse principles.
Charting the LifeCourse (CtLC) is a framework developed by the University of Missouri—Kansas City (UMKC) in partnership with national and statewide stakeholders. Since its development, it has been used in more than 18 states as a framework for supporting person-centered planning and decision-making.
The principles are designed to reflect the needs of people and drive person-centered change for people with developmental disabilities and their families. LifeCourse framework and tools apply to everyone and can be used to drive transformational change in practices, organizations, policies, and communities.
All Nebraskans are welcome to use the training resources and webinars.
As part of the Person-Centered Planning series, DHHS staff received training specific to their roles:
Closed captioning is available for all training sessions.
For PCP training in partnership with the Nebraska Council on DD, an experienced translator provided live audio Spanish translation for all webinars, as requested. Translation was based on input from Jessica Gutierrez, Bilingual-Parent resource coordinator at Munroe-Meyer Institute and on our Project Advisory Committee.
Translations for Charting the LifeCourse curriculum and resources are being developed. The CtLC website has the options for other languages. Charting the LifeCourse has a specific page of Spanish Resources.
Please contact Angie Gonzales-Dorn at Angie.Gonzales-Dorn@nebraska.gov or (877) 667-6266.