Strengthen the partnership with your independent living center (ILC) to improve outcomes for youths with disabilities.
Independent living centers (ILCs) are a resource for youths with disabilities. Course content provides opportunities to examine the concept of holistic services, learn strategies to co-design programming and effective service coordination, and discover ways to facilitate stakeholder collaboration. The WIOA legislation for both Title I, Vocational Rehabilitation Services, and Title VII, Independent Living Services and Centers for Independent Living, is discussed. Once you complete this course, you should have basic knowledge in how to strengthen the partnership with your ILC.
You’ll analyze a series of brief case studies focusing on collaborative relationships between CRCs and ILCs. These learning activities are designed to help you apply the concepts presented in the course. Feedback is provided for each learning activity.
Knowledge checks are included throughout the course. When you submit your answers, you’ll immediately receive feedback. You must achieve a minimum performance level of 70% (8 of 11 questions correctly answered) to successfully complete the course.
Sara Grivetti, CRC (click here for Ms. Grivetti's bio)
Once the knowledge check quizzes are successfully completed, CE credit will be awarded.
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