Staff Action Plans
The Staff Action Plan is developed by the habilitation provider and describes specifically what the habilitation staff will do to help the person achieved the goals and valued outcomes they have identified in their Life Plan.
Staff Action Plans may include multiple habilitative services if all included services are provided by the same agency. The Plan must have a separate section that describes the supports associated with each service.
The habilitation provider must share the Staff Action Plan with the care manager no later than 60 days after the start of the habilitation service, the Life Plan review date or the development of a revised or updated Staff Action Plan, whichever comes first.
When Is A Staff Action Plan Needed?
A Staff Action Plan is needed for people who receive the following habilitation services:
- Residential Habilitation in certified sites including Individualized Residential Alternatives (IRA), Community Residences (CF) and Family Care Homes
- Community Habilitation
- Prevocational Services
- Pathway to Employment
- Supported Employment (SEMP)
Staff Action Billing Standards
The billing standards for the Staff Action Plan are found in the Staff Action Plan ADM.