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Selecting and Evaluating a Support Coordination Agency

Selecting a Support Coordination Agency: Making Choices Becoming Empowered
A Guide for People with Disabilities
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People receiving support through NJ’s Division of Developmental Disabilities are able to choose the agency they receive support coordination services from. The opportunity to do this can be empowering as people with disabilities and their families select an agency that they believe will do the best job in helping them plan for and obtain the supports and services they need. This guide provides information and ideas that can help in the selection process.

May 2021. 8 page guide.

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Evaluating Your Family Member's Support Coordination Services
A Tool for Families

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Support Coordinators are responsible for planning with and connecting your family member to supports and services that meet their needs and address their preferences. This document contains a set of questions to determine if your family member’s support coordination needs are being met, guidance on how to discuss where the Support Coordinator is doing well and what could be improved, and information on requesting a change in Support Coordination Agencies if needed.

September 2015. 4 page booklet.

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Evaluating Your Support Coordination Services
A Tool for People with Disabilities

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Support coordinators work with you to plan for and find services that help meet your needs and meet your goals. This tool can be used to help figure out if your support coordinator is meeting your needs.

June 2014. 2 page handout.

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