Helping individuals identify next steps for life on their own
The moment an individual expresses interest in independent living, a number of questions arise. What independent living experiences are missing? What skills can be learned? What supports need to be in place for an individual to live away from home?
The Independent Living Readiness Inventory is an integrated evaluation and interactive assessment of a young adult’s daily living skills and experiences. The Inventory is used either in preparation for moving to an independent setting or as a tool for high school transition planning.
During the Inventory, a CIF-trained consultant gathers background information and observes the individual’s independent living skills through hands-on, experiential activities.
The consultant's final report provides a basis for making decisions and creates a blueprint of skills to be learned, experiences to be obtained or supports to be acquired to ensure a safe and productive independence.
The Independent Living Readiness Inventory is one of the first steps to moving into a more independent setting or receiving independent living skills tutoring services.
For more information on the Independent Living Readiness Inventory, please call 847.328.2044, or click on the link below.
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