Q&A: Person Centered Planning Changes

Q&A: Person Centered Planning Changes

Executive Summary

Due to regulatory changes and guidance issued over the past year, states should have evaluated and likely changed their person-centered planning process for home and community-based services.  This Q&A focuses less on the regulatory changes and more on the important features of the current requirements for person-centered planning and how these features should positively affect the experience of the participant.

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