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Living independently can seem overwhelming, especially if you have medical, safety and "housekeeping" concerns.  Our staff can help coordinate all aspects of living on your own with a disability.  Using the philosophy of person centered planning, staff will assist you in a smooth transition into independence or provide support and resources if you already live independently.

Following are examples of some of the skills that can be tackled:

      • Job retention
      • Budgeting
      • Empowerment
      • Self-advocacy skills
      • Cooking
      • Transportation issues
      • Home management
      • Improvement of coping skills
      • Checkbook keeping and money management
      • Social networking skills
      • Peer support
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