Register for COVID's Impact on Person-Centered Arrangements: Parent Panel Discussion
How have person-centered living arrangements fared during the COVID-19 crisis?
In this concluding webinar in the series, we will check in with three parents who practice person-centered planning for adult children with disabilities. During this interactive session with the parent panel, we will discuss:
- Impact of COVID-19 crisis on their children's living arrangements, including dealing with concerns and challenges
- Strengths of the person-centered plans that helped the families adjust to the crisis
- Unexpected benefits of the crisis, including new skills, strategies, resources
- Lessons for person-centered planning - gaps revealed by the crisis, considerations for other families, rethinking for the long term.
Kathy's 30-year old daughter Alexa uses a power wheelchair and lives in her own home, using technological and personal supports. Kathy is an independent consultant who served as Executive Director of Parent to Parent USA for six years.
Sandy helped her son Craig, who has Down Syndrome, create a person-centered plan that enables him to work and maintain independence on his terms. Sandy is Board Chair at MFOFC and Associate Executive Director at the Nemasket Group.
Dr. Laurel Peltier
Laurel worked with son Elijah, who has autism and intellectual impairment, to create a person-centered plan and shared living arrangement. Laurel holds an Ed.D. in Special Education Leadership and works with Collaborative for Educational Services.
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