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Know Your Rights

Learn about the rights you have when you participate in Care Coordination.


You have a right to live your best life!


People with intellectual and developmental disabilities have rights. Care Coordinators can help you navigate these rights if you’re not sure about them.


When you receive Care Coordination, you have the right:

To decide on the life you want and participate in a person-centered planning process

To the privacy and security of your Protected Health Information

To access the information you need to make informed decisions about your services

To object and appeal any stated rights, plan of services, care or treatment, and plans for placement or discharge

Rights & Responsibilities: Choosing Your Care Coordinator & Care Coordination Organization

Learn more about your rights and responsibilities from Rachel Martin, Vice President of Program Administration at Person Centered Services, who has over 15 years of experience working with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.


Know Your Rights: The Life Plan

Learn more about your right to choose who you invite to your Life Plan meeting. Hear from Karen Keyes, Associate Vice President of Program Operations, an expert on the Life Plan process.


Connecting you to your best life

Our Care Coordinators link and refer people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to a huge network of resources. We make sure individuals and families have access to the support they need!

Find out more about who is eligible for Care Coordination and how Person Centered Services is dedicated to providing all people with the tailored supports they deserve.

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