One of the most important imperatives of the disability service system is to ensure that the health and safety of the people served is maintained. Providing services while maintaining a healthy and safe environment can be a complex process that involves a variety of variables that professionals must successfully navigate including choice, dignity, risk, lifestyle, crises, and ethics. This course is designed to assist professionals in learning how to monitor the health and safety of those served, assist people in managing their own health, and support people in making positive lifestyle choices. Developed and written by the Professional Advancement through Training and Education (PATHS) Credentialing Program, this training provides you with the tools needed to implement best practices in medication delivery; monitoring medication side effects; monitoring and tracking healthcare delivery, status, and assessments; and supporting people in making healthy lifestyle choices. Through interactive lessons, personalized planning tools, and descriptive examples you will learn practical strategies to use on the front-line of service delivery to support health, safety, and wellness. This course was written for direct support professionals and frontline supervisors who support people with disabilities.