Individual with intellectual disabilities can have special health care concerns and will often need support in managing their health care needs. These health care needs can include diabetes, obesity management or fitness. Activity trackers have become widely available as a tool for managing health needs by monitoring number of steps, activities, and consumption. Individuals with ID can become independent users of activity trackers using self-management skills such as visual checklists and task analysis. This article provides a model for setting up and using activity trackers with self-management for individuals with ID.