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GQMS Year 3 Annual ReportJuly 2010 – June 20112. Communication Chart: The communication chart should identify how the personcommunicates, which may be with signs, gestures or phrases and what is happening in theenvironment to cause the reaction/communication. Does the chart reflect the person’scommunication style, including what others think different gestures or phrases may mean? Doesit include how others should respond?3. Person Centered Important To/For: Does the ISP reflect the person’s interests, capacities,achievements, and visions that are important both to that person and also for the person? Doesit identify ways to further develop the person’s capacities and networks and does it include healthand safety risks as well as what others say is important for the person?4. Dreams and Visions: This section of the ISP identifies the dream or vision the individual hasrelated to where he/she lives, daily activities, friendships, and community life.5. Service Summary: Does the service section summary include all services received, includingstaffing requirements and daily supports (paid and unpaid)? Does it provide an overview ofchanges in needs/services, continued concerns, and review of what the person has accomplished,barriers/opportunities to achieving hopes and dreams?6. Rights Restriction/Psychotropic Medications/Behavior Support Sections: If indicated, are anyconcerns described regarding rights restrictions, medications, challenges, informed consent, or aneed for a positive behavior support plan, crisis plan or safety plan?7. Meeting Minutes: The ISP team should meet annually to update and modify the ISP. Meetingminutes should reflect community presence, choices of supports and services, health and safety,and goals and outcomes desired by the person.8. Support Intensity Scale (SIS) completed and support needs are addressed in the ISP: SISinformation should be noted throughout the entire ISP. Has the team reviewed the SIS data?Does the SIS support section identify needs that will be deferred and those that will bedeveloped, and why?9. Health and Safety Review Section completed accurately and thoroughly: HRST informationshould be noted throughout the ISP. Are medications section of health and safety section of ISPcomplete? Are identified support needs included? Are required assessments appropriatelycompleted? Is the authorized medical support section fully completed?10. Goals are Person Centered: Do new goals address and build on what is important to the person?Are the person’s dreams and vision for home, family, and community involvement addressed?Do new goals address changes the person wants to make?11. Training Goal Action Plan: Does the plan have the desired outcome of the person, discussionand rationale based on assessment information? Is the goal measureable and reflective of what isimportant to and for the person?12. Action Plans: Are all objectives reflective of the Action Plan with a definition of how the personwill know they are met? For each object are supports, frequency, and how progress will bedocumented/identified?________________________________________________________________________________________________August 31, 2011 50

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