PASSE - Care Coordination and Person Centered Service Plan
We know you may have questions about the services that the PASSE will provide you or your family member. Some of the most common services are described below, to help you understand how each of these services plays a role in your care.
What is Care Coordination?
Care Coordination helps adults and children develop person-centered service plans and connects them to those needed services. The PASSE will be responsible for coordinating your care to ensure that you are receiving the services that you need from providers who are working with you.
What is a Person-centered service plan (PCSP)?
Person-centered service planning (PCSP) is an ongoing process to help individuals who receive developmental disabilities (DD) and behavioral health (BH) services plan for their futures. In person centered planning, groups of people focus on your needs and your vision of what you would like to do over the course of the plan year to help maintain or improve your health.
How does the PCSP help me?
- Looks at supporting you in a different way, where the focus is on what is important to you. You have a voice in your treatment and care plan.
- Helps you gain and keep control over your own life by offering choices. Increases opportunities for you to be active in the community and for employment options,
if you want those options.
- Recognizes your strengths, interests, and goals. Helps you reach your goals in a team environment.
- Embraces a circle of support, where your team of providers will work together to develop a plan with you and make it happen.