For more information on the rules about Behavior Plans and why you should join these sessions in simple language, go here: Simple Language Guide - Behavior Management Plans
OADS is looking for input on Behavior Regulations. These are the rules that allow service providers to restrict people’s rights in order to protect the person or people around them.
OADS wants to hear from people who have been affected by these rules. That includes people who had Behavior Management Plans, their families and friends, and anyone else who is interested. They want to learn about how these plans affect the people whose rights are restricted by them.
Things to think about
CAAR (the Coalition Against Adult Restraint) has heard from individuals with developmental disabilities and their families who think that sometimes these plans don’t help people. CAAR is concerned that we don’t know how often people with behavior plans are restrained or their other rights are taken away and that we don’t know if the plans work.
You can tell your story at the OADS Listening Sessions on Behavior Plan Rules – these are happening virtually on Zoom on:
Friday, March 26, 2021
Friday, April 30, 2021