Community Transition Training: Learn About Living in Your Own Place
This event is in the past.
Community Transition Trainers are available to inform and educate people with disabilities and their families through virtual meetings. They offer advice for living independently in the community. The Trainers also provide ongoing support services for individuals planning to move to a place of their own.
The Community Transition Trainers have facilitated trainings across Michigan, including presentations with self-advocates, people with disabilities and their family members, schools, and behavioral health organizations such as Pre-Paid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs), Community Mental Health Services Programs (CMHSPs), and advocacy agencies.
MI-DDI's Community Transition Trainers will be hosting an online training Monday, February 20, from 12:30 - 1:30 PM on Zoom. The Trainers will:
- Talk with individuals with disabilities & their families about living in the community.
- Share experiences & answer questions.
- Provide ongoing peer support for 12 months for people moving to their own place!
If you are interested in learning more and attending this FREE event, please download the flyer and register.