Living with freedom to make your own choices

Planning for independent living means assisting students with disabilities in planning to navigate their community and live as independently as possible. Choices about where a young adult will live, play, learn, and work are unique and should be determined through age-appropriate transition assessments.

From their type of living environment and how they will get around to the basics of personal care and friendships, planning for independence is an essential part of transitioning to adulthood.

The essential information, all in one place

Through videos, courses, webcasts, publications, and projects, CTI’s experts provide the most up-to-date resources and information you need to learn about planning for independence.

Videos

Courses

  • Transition: Changing the Outcomes

  • Course Dates: June 17 - July 28, 2024
  • Registration Opens: May 6, 2024
  • Duration: 5 weeks
  • CRC Credits: 45 Credits
  • Recertification Points: 45 Points
  • Pace: Facilitated

Webcasts

Jen Reese

Medicaid Waivers in Virginia

Hosted by:
Jen Reese
Date presented:
4/12/2022
Judy Averill

Transition Tips: Enhancing Independent Living Skills at Home: Re-Broadcast

Hosted by:
Judy Averill, Kelly Ligon
Date presented:
7/20/2021
Amanda Randall

Teaching Individuals with ASD Skills for Building Relationships and Friendships

Hosted by:
Amanda Randall
Date presented:
5/11/2016
Amanda Randall

Teaching Individuals with ASD Skills for Building Relationships and Friendships

Hosted by:
Amanda Randall
Date presented:
5/11/2016
Amanda Randall

Assessing Social Abilities of Individuals with ASD

Hosted by:
Amanda Randall
Date presented:
5/4/2016
More webcasts
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