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Arizona Community Living NOW

February 2, 2011

Arizona Community Living NOW, a new program designed and administered by the Sonoran UCEDD and supported by grant funds from the Developmental Disabilities Planning Council (DDPC), addresses the important issue of how to give families the information they need to create affordable and accessible community living situations for themselves and their family members with developmental disabilities. Arizona Community Living NOW will deliver six educational sessions aimed at providing training on a  diverse range of topics addressing needs around housing – everything from  knowing what services and supports are available to future planning and  home buying.

The six educational training sessions include:

  •  Community Services and Supports: What We Have and What We Need (January 24, 2011, 2-4pm)
  •  Consumer Controlled Housing: Making Informed Choices In Rental and Home  Ownership
  • Shared Living: Important Discussions about Daily Life
  • Transitions: My Chosen Life and What it Means to Me
  • Special Needs Planning: Guardianship and Living Trust
  • Financial Education and Planning

Presenters will speaking in-person at the Herbert K. Abrams Public Health  Center in Tucson, Arizona. Each two-hour presentation will be broadcast  live via interactive video to community locations throughout the state, allowing participants at any location to ask questions of the presenters.  For those unable to attend a training session, video and transcripts of each session will be available–Click Here >>

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