The 3-Year SPIL Cycle: Using the Big Picture to Stay on Track (0.5 Hours)

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About the Training

Of course your State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL) is submitted every three years, but SPIL development should be an ongoing process.  A good SPIL begins with a thoughtful, timely development process that’s ongoing.  Watch this on-demand presentation for a proven process and real-life examples of how New York State has created a comprehensive process to develop the next SPIL, while also monitoring, evaluating, and learning from the current one.  

Target Audience

SILC Chairs, Executive Directors, staff and Council members.

What You Will Learn:

  • An approved State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL) is a binding document with a 3-year time frame.
  • Statewide Independent Living Councils (SILCs) focus heavily on SPIL formulation and development, but have other distinct responsibilities each year of the plan.
  • The 3-year SPIL cycle, and the SILCs responsibilities, are a continuous process that never ends.

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Transcript and Resources

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