Self-Administered Services

Self-Administered Services (SAS) offers an alternative to Agency-Based Provider Services by allowing people with disabilities and their families to select services that are provided within their home. Under the SAS Model, People with disabilities and their families are able to hire, train, and supervise the employees providing the support to the person. This gives a person or a person’s family more control over who provides supports and services to them, but also requires a greater degree of dedication from the family.

For more information on the SAS Model, take a look at the following resources:

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All families who use the SAS model must hire a Fiscal Agent who is responsible to provide financial services for the person, and assist with things such as payroll and employee background screening.