Independent Facilitator Training

Hosted by MIDDI - Michigan Developmental Disabilities Institute Wayne State University

Dates: 8/14/2018

Additional Notes

Must attend both days to receive a training certificate Training each day will take place from 10am-3pm. Funding provided by the Michigan Developmental Disabilities Institute & Wayne State University. Attendee must be independent–cannot be employed by Community Mental Health or a provider agency. A provider agency is any agency that provides Medicaid funded services. Lunch will be provided. Independent Facilitation is an ongoing process of supporting people with disabilities to take up their full citizenship and participate in their community. An independent facilitator helps an individual create a vision for their future. It's a process rooted in relationship and can facilitate many objectives: exploring passions and interests, finding paid or volunteer work, developing new roles in community, nurturing new friendships and exploring options for home are just some of the aims that an individual may focus on through Independent Facilitation. The key to Independent Facilitation is that it involves not only creating a plan, but taking specific actions to implement the plan. An Independent Facilitator walks with the individual and their family, friends and supporters as they move towards realizing goals and building new connections. Please visit our website at For questions, please email ...

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