RC 560   Supported Employment, Independent Living, and Transition   (3 hours)
This course emphasizes acquisition of a basic knowledge and understanding of the origins and development of supported employment, transition, and independent living. The contents of the course provide the student with the following information: philosophies for transition and supported employment programs; the concept of Person Centered Planning; a model for developing a transitional process in the community; vocational training and placement concepts of transition and supported employment; various perspectives and roles within supported employment and transition; and major elements of independent living rehabilitation.
Prerequisite(s):   Admission to the Rehabilitation Counseling Program or consent of instructor.
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