Consumer-Directed Support: Impact of Hiring Practices and Training in "Learning to Direct Your Own Supports" on Adults with I/DD and Families


Aims


  1. Examine the differential experiences and outcomes for people with I/DD and their families receiving consumer-directed services based on the type of PA hired (parents, other relatives, friends, others).
  2. To assess the impact of a Consumer-Directed Services Training and Support Program on people with I/DD and their families.

Project Staff

Tamar Heller, PhD
Alan Factor, PhD
Katie Keiling


Training Activities

Learning to Direct Your Own Supports

Related Research Findings


Consumer-Directed Support: Impact of Hiring Practices on Adults with I/DD and Families
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