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Supported living, employment, and day services
Michelle's younger brother has disabilities. She became an experienced advocate for people with disabilities at a very early age and it all began at the age of three. Michelle and her husband, Craig lived in Europe for four years which served to further inspire her long--time interest in the history of the world. She aspires to be a history teacher and begins student teaching late in 2014. Her understanding and passion for the inclusion of people with disabilities inspired her latest research paper and the evolution of the treatment of people with disabilities. Click here to read Michelle's research paper.
Simply put, supported living (SL) is providing assistance to adult clients of the regional center to help them live the lives they wish to have. SL is entirely person-based and person-directed, so, much like their goals and desires, no two individuals' SL arrangements will be identical.