What is Self-Determination in Long-Term Care (SLC)?

The courses available in this category have been created and provided by the Virtual Center of Excellent, a project of Detroit Wayne Community Mental Health Authority. These courses provide an in-depth explanation of the principles of Self-Determination in long term care and setting up those clients and direct care workers for success.

Self-Determination in Long Term Care Basics explores the option for MI Choice waiver participants to choose, hire, and supervise their direct support staff and to manage a budget for their supports and services.

Self-Determination in Long Term Care, Part II continues the discussion begun in the Basics course and teaches how Person-Centered Planning can be useful in helping people explore their options in leading self-determined lives. This would be appropriate for NBCC, QIDP.

Foundations of Self-Determination examines the principles and tenets of Self-Determination. This course demonstrates the ability of all persons to live a life as independent as possible and to achieve their personal goals and dreams.

3 Courses in Self-Determination in Long-Term Care (SLC)

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Additional Resources in Self-Determination in Long-Term Care (SLC)

The goal of IMP is to provide the most up to date, evidence-based information for your continued learning. As part of that, IMP can provide additional resources like a full IMP Encyclopedia and multiple supplementary videos on the various topics covered in the courses.

By clicking the Resources menu, you will find information under the Advisory Groups, Encyclopedia, and Supplementary Videos menu items.

Self-Determination in Long-Term Care (SLC) specific resources can be found below. 

DCLS Making Self-Determination Work with Annette Downey, LBSW

Direct Care Learning series Making Self-Determination Work with Annette Downey, LBSW