Customized Community Supports for adults are designed to assist an individual to: increase their independence and potentially reduce the amount of paid supports, establish or strengthen interpersonal relationships, join social networks and participate in typical community life. Customized Community Supports are based upon the preferences and choices of each individual and designed to measure progress toward outcomes specified in the Individual Service Plan (ISP). Activities include: adaptive skill development, adult educational supports, citizenship skills, communication, social skills, self-advocacy, informed choice, community integration and relationship building. Outcomes from this service may include an enhanced capacity for self-determination, development of social networks that allow the individual to experience valued social roles while contributing to his or her community and establishing lasting community connections.

From the Developmental Disabilities Waiver (DDW) Service Standards Manuel - Revised April 23, 2013 & June 15, 2015