Implementing technology supports into a care plan starts with a conversation. Safety, security, independence level and desire are all components care teams take into consideration when assessing what resources are available for an individual. Technology is not a one-size-fits-all solution; but through conversations between individuals, family members, providers, and case managers, a plan can be put in place to help increase independence, promote self-sufficiency, and achieve success for all parties involved.
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Learn the keys to a successful conversation and be ready to answer common questions from self-advocates, family members, and case managers.
Family & Self-Advocates
Learn how to start the conversation with case managers and providers to identify goals and outcomes technology might be able to assist with.
Begin the conversation with self-advocates, family, and providers to find the right mix of technology uses available to implement in care plans.