Tapestry (supports within the Day Supports service element) provides supports for people to be a valued member of their communities where they are appreciated for their contributions, skills, talents, etc. Tapestry Services provide opportunities that encourage personal growth and creativity.
Services include the following:
- Identifying a person’s interests through Person-Centered Planning and
the ISP process
- Assisting a person to find opportunities to enhance these interests by building relationships with others with similar interests.
- Assisting a person to research, schedule, and participate in these opportunities.
- Managing documentation and State billing requirements.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What are the differences between Tapestry and the supports someone receives at
A: The services that Tapestry provides are specific to helping someone build relationships
that will enhance their role in being a valued member of their community.
Q: How do you know what someone wants to do?
A: Through discussion and the annual ISP process, a person will share the things that interest
them. A Tapestry team member will then research opportunities to share those interests,
for example, classes and clubs at a community college, Google hangouts, civic groups,
volunteer opportunities, etc.
Q: How does someone receive Tapestry services?
A: During the ISP, the services is authorized by the County Services Coordinator or the Person