Having the resources to become knowledgeable on areas that you must be a strong advocate are key to change. We hope this information gives you the resources to improve housing access and options for people with disabilities and our community as a whole!
Summary of this Training:
APRIL and NASILC present an intro to HCBS Settings Rule Guidance webinar and how the Independent Living network fits in. Hopefully these rules that once seemed complicated and scary will be demystified and you will have a better idea of how your CIL or SILC fits.
APRIL and NASILC will discuss what work they are doing with IL on this rule. Followed by nuts and bolts of the program from Kate Brady, Project Manager, NCAPPS & HCBS Engagement, and examples from peers in your field of how you might partner. Commissioner Jill Jacobs and Director of the Office of Independent Living Programs walked us thorugh why and how this important work fits in the field of Independent Living.
Q. How do I see the Powerpoint, Presenters, and ASL all at once in the recording?
A: If you select switch playback view in the bottom right hand corner to gallery you can see all the speakers and ASL interpreter in the playback!
- Autistic Self-Advocacy Network (ASAN): This Rule Rules!: The HCBS Settings Rule and You
- HCBS Slides 2022 PPT Version
- HCBS Slides 2022 PDF Version
- HCBS Settings Rule Webinar from July 2022 PPT Version
- HCBS Settings Rule Webinar from July 2022 PDF Version
- HCBS Overview YouTube Video with Closed Captions
- HCBS Overview YouTube Video Transcript with Time Stamps
- HCBS Overview YouTube Video Visual Description
- Creating Your Own Community: Understanding Your Role in Decision Making YouTube Video with Closed Captions
- Creating Your Own Community: Understanding Your Role in Decision Making YouTube Video Transcript with Time Stamps
- Creating Your Own Community: Understanding Your Role in Decision Making YouTube Visual Description
Chemical Sensitivity Resources
- E.I. Wellspring is heavily-trafficked, down-to-earth, thorough. “E.I.” is short for Environmental Illness/Intolerance: http://www.eiwellspring.org/
- NCIL Taskforce Toolkit for Removing Barriers for those with Environmental Health
Educating the Community and Advocacy
- Fact Sheet Access to Accessible Housing
- OHEC Housing and Health Position Statement
- Resources for educating homebuyers, builders, and realtors.
Fair Housing Act
- Assessing a Person’s Request to Have an Animal as a Reasonable Accommodation under the Fair Housing Act
- Fair Housing Act Accessibility Requirements
- Fair Housing Presentation Powerpoint 2017
- HUD Clarifies Definition of Assistance Animals under Fair Housing Act and Section 50
- Reasonable Accommodations under the Fair Housing Act
- Reasonable Modifications under the Fair Housing Act
- Statement of Accessibility (Design and Construction) Requirements for Covered Multifamily Dwellings under the Fair Housing Act
- Units Covered by the Fair Housing Act
- Fair Housing Act Trainings
- ILRU Housing Trainings: http://www.ilru.org/topics/housing
- CIL Transition Services Survey: http://www.ilru.org/2016-cil-transition-diversion-services-survey-study
- RTC:MT Home Usability Program: http://useablehome.ri.umt.edu/self-advocacy-for-home-usability-resources/resources-and-materials/
- NCIL: https://ncil.org/
- Visitability (Basic Access to Homes) Resources: https://visitability.org/
- Assistance Animal Guidance 2013
- Submit a Success Story, Resource, Question, or Training Idea Here