Transition to Adulthood - Shared Living to Independent Living

Green Clock Hours: 1.25

Independent living looks different for everyone, but one over-arching commonality ties all experiences of independent living together: the individual should have a choice in their living situation. This is especially important for people with disabilities, given a long history of institutionalization and being segregated in community life. This course will help you learn how to promote and prepare young people with disabilities for independent living. You will learn about several strategies and supports that exist for individuals with disabilities to live independently in the community of their choice, including information on Medicaid’s Home and Community-Based Services.

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Course Description

Independent living looks different for everyone, but one over-arching commonality ties all experiences of independent living together: the individual should have a choice in their living situation. This is especially important for people with disabilities, given a long history of institutionalization and being segregated in community life. This course will help you learn how to promote and prepare young people with disabilities for independent living. You will learn about several strategies and supports that exist for individuals with disabilities to live independently in the community of their choice, including information on Medicaid’s Home and Community-Based Services.

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