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.
Disability rights are human rights for people with I/DD (Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities). Rights are necessary for a happy life. Yet, we often see barriers for disabled people that...
Remote Supports — For a Self-Determined LifeIn the United States, only 20% of people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD), receive disability benefits. And too often, disability...
How Remote Supports Help People with Disabilities Stay and Feel Safe The need for safety and belonging is a shared desire for us all. People thrive best when they feel safe and nurtured – it goes...
What is an intellectual disability? People with intellectual disabilities (ID) have a brain that didn't develop properly or has been injured in some way. Intellectual and adaptive functioning is...
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