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Life Skills Development formerly known as Adult Day Training


Life Skills Development 1 • This service was formerly known as companion services. It includes nonmedical care and socialization activities provided to an adult on a one-to-one basis or in groups of up to three recipients.

Life Skills Development 2 • This service encompasses the service formerly known as supported employment for both individual and group models. It helps the individual to get and keep a job in his or her community, or to develop and operate a small business.

Life Skills Development 3 • This service, formerly known as adult day training, supports the individual to participate in valued experiences in the community, including volunteering, job exploration, accessing community resources, and self-advocacy in work-like settings that are age and culturally appropriate.