Introduction to the ISP Process
What is an ISP?
Each person receiving supports from Region V Services (RVS) who are funded by the State of Nebraska has an individual plan which is referred to as the Individual Support Plan (ISP). The ISP meeting is a person-centered process, meaning that the goals and preferences of the person supported is the primary focus. The ISP meeting recommendations are used to determine the type and level of service desired by the person supported. The ISP is developed through a team process. The composition of the team varies according to the personal network of the person supported. The members of the team consists the person supported, the Services Coordinator (if services are funded by the state), representatives for each service area, the guardian (if applicable), and the person’s parents (if a minor or an adult who desires their family to attend). The individual supported is an active participant to the greatest degree possible.