Future Planning is essential for people with disabilities.
Teens need evaluation at age 16 to identify needed employment skills training, day program options, or support services. Adults with disabilities often have aging parents or siblings as their primary caregivers.
Both of these populations need attention placed toward future living arrangements and community involvement needs. Even plans about how to get a loved one to and from the doctor’s office can be facilitated through a Future Plan.
Future Planning helps avoid long waiting periods and emergency situations.
TriCounty is dedicated assisting with the provision of appropriate type and amount of services each person needs to maintain quality care while living in their chosen community.