Self direction, also referred to as participant direction or consumer direction, helps people of all ages, with all types of disabilities, maintain their independence at home by choosing the mix of services and supports that work best for them. Self direction is built on the belief that the individuals receiving the services and supports know their needs best and are in the best position to plan and manage their own services.
People with disabilities and their caregivers have experienced great success with self-directed programs across the country. Here are a few of their stories.
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- Home Is Where the Heart Is: The Story of Donna, Irma, and Ray
- In Familiar Surroundings: Veteran Tommy Atchinson Battles Lewy Body Disease at Home
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