Self-Directed Services Broker assists individuals with developmental disabilities and their families to identify, self-direct and manage needed services to lead more independent and productive lives. Brokerage services help individuals with intellectual disabilities through the person-centered planning process, by assisting the person develop a circle of support and complete an approvable individualized plan and budget for services. The Support Broker may also provide training and support to the person to help him/her gain the skills and competencies he/she needs to manage self-directed services.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, disability or protected veteran status
Brokerage Services is a category of Waiver Service under the Home and Community Based Waiver. The Broker is selected by an individual with developmental disabilities and assists the individual to identify, access and manage needed services through self-direction in the following areas: Community Habilitation, Support Employment, Respite, Community Transition Services and Brokerage Services by performing the following duties: