Obtaining support for young adults with disabilities can pose challenges, especially during the transition from school-provided programs. Finding, or not knowing what programs your state provides...
83% of providers turn away new people who need services, an increase of 25.8% since the previous year. This leaves over 700,000 families and people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) on a waitlist, unable to get needed services.
By being a part of a self-advocacy group, people with I/DD can increase their subjective well-being and happiness. They also have the opportunity to be part of a supportive and empowering network.
Have you ever thought about how it would feel if someone else made every decision for you? What if you couldn’t pick what you wanted to eat, where you wanted to live, or what you wanted to do? Well, that’s what happens to some people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) when those who care about them unintentionally take away their rights.
This article will discuss Remote Supports services and its potential impact on the lengthy wait for support services.
This article will explain the roles and limitations of remote monitoring and the differentiation between remote monitoring and remote support services.
This article will discuss four myths and facts about Remote Supports services for people with disabilities. It will also share some helpful points on how Remote Supports provides people with I/DD the support they need.
We will look at the ADA and Olmstead Decision and how they improve the rights and lives of people with I/DD. We will also touch on the HCBS Settings Rule and how Remote Supports helps empower the rights of people with I/DD to live more self-determined lives.
Assistive technology and Remote Supports can provide support for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). Knowing the difference may help to determine which option would best meet your needs.
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