Person-Centered Practice Resources
|Independent Living Experience (ILE)||
Independent Living Experience (ILE) is a customized support service for adults desiring a life of independence. Our team of dedicated professionals works directly with each adult to help them become their own self-determined advocate with the necessary skills to be successful within their living, working, and social environments.
|Parent and Family Support of Young Adults for Success in Employment||
The Parent and Family Support of Young Adults for Success in Employment webinar provides an insight into the various aspects of engaging and building family support in the process of employment for youth in transition.
|Person Centered Planning||
"A person centered plan can help those involved with the focus person see the total person, recognize his or her desires and interests, and discover completely new ways of thinking about the future of the person."
|Person Centered planning using PATH and MAPs||
Person Centered planning using PATH and MAPs
Give your team the opportunity to pause and reflect on what matters most to them about the work they do. The act of listening to each other creates relationship and strengthens trust and inclusion within the team – in creating a shared vision, groups of people build a sense of commitment together.
|Person-Centered Transition to Work Webinar||
In the Person-Centered Transition to Work webinar, Debbie Wilkes discusses strategies for transition with an employment outcome.
|Supported Employment Evidence-Based Practices (EBP) KIT||
SAMHSA provides practice principles about supported employment, an approach to vocational rehabilitation for people with serious mental illnesses. Promotes the belief that everyone with a serious mental illness is capable of working competitively in the community.
|The Basic Skills of Supported Decision-Making for Employment Webinar||
The Basic Skills of Supported Decision-Making for Employment webinar identifies and builds basic skills to support people with the most significant disabilities in the decision-making process, including the concept of “supported decision-making”, as defined by the Texas Legislature.
|The Ethics of Supported Decision Making Webinar||
During the The Ethics of Supported Decision Making webinar, participants will be introcued to the CRC Code of Ethics, which guides us to “seek the assent of clients and include clients in decision-making.” The supported decision-making process and model provides means to ensure the consumer is included in the decision process and provided their right to make choices.