September 4, 2019 DAY 1 AGENDA 10:00 a.m

September 4, 2019 DAY 1 AGENDA 10:00 a.m

September 4, 2019 DAY 1 AGENDA 10:00 a.m Call to Order: Nicole Patterson, Chairperson Welcome: Nicole Patterson, Chairperson Roll Call: Lisa Cooley, Secretary

Review and Approval of Agenda Nicole Patterson, Chairperson Desiree Boykin, Vice Chairperson Lisa Cooley, Secretary EN D AG REP AC A

TS O R ITE M N O TI S ACTION

Review and Approval of Minutes June 2019 M IN U T E S DATE TIM E M EETIN G Nicole Patterson, Chairperson Desiree Boykin, Vice Chairperson Lisa Cooley, Secretary

ACTION See Pages 7-18 PUBLIC COMMENT Updates from the Chair AG EN D REP

A TS O R EM N IT T IO C A

S SSAN and SCDD MOU ACTION See Pages 21 38 LUNCH on your own Break is 90 minutes

SSAN and SCDD MOU Continued ACTION See Pages 21 38 SCDD UPDATE Aaron Carruthers Executive Director See Pages 39-42

Break 12 9 3 6 An Advocates Guide to Person Centered Planning Paul Mansell, San Diego and Imperial Counties SSAN

Representative See Pages 4348 Intro to Person Centered Planning Person Centered Planning underlies and guides respectful listening which leads to actions, resulting in people who: Have positive control over the life they desire and find satisfying,

Are recognized and valued for their contributions to their community Are supported in a web of relationships, both natural and paid, within their communities PCP and SelfDetermination Person Centered Planning is a step with the SelfDetermination process. The service recipient is the center and the driver of the process. Self-Determination is a special funding program of the regional centers where clients have greater

control over their budgets and spending plans. Maps Uses a combination of process and graphics to create a shared vision Focuses on gathering

information for planning based on the story of a person. Places the individual at the center of the process PCP MODELS

Essential Life Style Plans Focuses on what is important to Paths someone now and balancing Moves people this with things

through a defined that we need to set of questions know or do to Start with the keep the person future and work healthy, happy backwards and safe. Action Plan

Living document that changes and grows with Paul PCP Model A. Paul had his PCP meeting on July 3rd B. Paul Invited people who knew him well and cared for him C. Paul used the Map method to guide the meeting D. The meeting covered Pauls strengths, nightmares, supports, dreams, and first steps.

Video This five minute video highlights the most important moments of Pauls PCP meeting. Take-Aways from the Process We often go through life with out seeing our strengths and accomplishments Participating in the PCP process helps you

see the positive qualities and accomplishments you bring to life. Future of Self-determination And Self-Advocates Importance to Them In two years, Self-Determination will open up to all clients who want it. Self-Determination will radically change the way services will be delivered in California. Participating in the Self-Determination

program will empower you to be a more active and vocal self-advocate. Activity Reporting See Pages 49 52 SCDD/SAAC Report Wesley Witherspoon See Handout

Wrap-Up and Talking Points Day 1 5:00 p.m. Adjourn GREAT WORK TODAY EVERYONE! REMINDER DAY 2 will begin at 9:00am sharp! June 6, 2019

DAY 2 AGENDA 9:00 a.m. Call to Order: Nicole Patterson, Chairperson Welcome: Nicole Patterson, Chairperson Roll Call: Lisa Cooley, Secretary PUBLIC COMMENT

Finalizing SSAN Priorities Presented by SSAN Officers See Page 53-58 SSAN Priorities 1. SCDD State Plan Goal 1: Self-Advocacy 2. SCDD State Plan Goal 6: Formal and Informal Community Support 3. SCDD State Plan Goal 2: Employment

Updates on CalFresh Presented By: LUNCH on your own Break is 90 minutes Please Start the Meeting Evaluations September Newsletter Approval &

Ideas for the Next Edition September 2019 Issue Contributors: ACTION Renee Wooten Meet New SSAN Member Nicole Patterson People First Gathering Recap of the May Statewide SelfAdvocacy Conference

Robert Levy Updates from Sacramento Regional Transit (SRT) Paul Mansell Long and Winding Road Renee Wooten Recap of Disability and Aging Capitol Action Day Wesley Witherspoon Interview of Robert Levy Nicole Patterson Kudos Corner See Save the 61

Dates Pages 78 of SSAN Packet Call for Newsletter Writers Are you interested in writing an article about past presenters to SSAN? Please submit them to Robert Levy [email protected]

SSAN Workgroups See Pages 34-43 Review Member Action Plan/Assignments SSAN Officers Building Networks All Meetings use the SSAN conference call number unless otherwise notified Call-in number: 1-800-839-9416 Code: 870-3085 SSAN Meeting & Work Groups - 2018

Month January February March April Full SSAN 28th-29th

May Legislative 10th 1:30 14th 1:30 14th 1:30 11th 1:30 Newsletter As needed As needed

As needed As needed Self Determination 12th 3:00 9th 3:00 9th 3:00 13th 3:00 11th & 25th 1:30 23rd 1:30

9th 1:30 As needed 11th 3:00 8th & 22 1:30 N/A 13th 1:30 As needed 8th 3:00

6th & 20th 1:30 25th 1:30 11th 1:30 As needed 13th 3:00 pm rd th st nd th 3 , 17 , 31 22 1:30 8 1:30

As needed 10th 3:00 pm 1:30 th th September 5 -6 14th & 28th 1:30 N/A 12th 1:30 As needed 14th 3:00 pm th

th th October 26 1:30 24 1:30 10 1:30 As needed 12th 3:00 pm November 16th 1:30 28th 1:30 14th 1:30

As needed 9th 3:00 pm December 5th-6th 14th & 28th N/A 12th 1:30 As needed 14th 3:00 pm 1:30 Exec Team- Robert Balderama (chair), Julie Gaona (vice chair) Rebecca Donabed (secretary)

Employment- Rebecca Donabed (chair), Regina Woodliff, Kecia Weller, Lisa Cooley, Wesley Witherspoon, Paul Mansell Legislative - David Forderer (co-chair), Robert Balderama (co-chair), Sean Sullivan, Paul Mansell Newsletter - Robert Levy (chair), Desiree Boykin (vice-chair), Kecia Weller, Regina Woodliff, Chen Curtiss , Teresa Moshier, Sean Sullivan Self Determination - Nicole Patterson (chair), Julie Gaona Daniel Fouste, ScottBarron *Projected, not confirmed DRAFT 3/28/18 RWH revised June July August

27th-28th Exec Team Employment th th 5 & 19 1:30 26th 2:30 2nd & 16th 1:30 23rd 2:30 2nd & 16th 1:30 N/A 12th & 27th 1:30 25th 1:30

Questions? Talking Points AG A EN D REP AC

TS OR TIO EM N IT S Input for next SSAN Meeting

ALL Please complete the Meeting Evaluations 3:00 p.m. Adjourn Thanks everyone & Safe Travels

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