Living Well and Working Well with a Disability programs are evidence-based, peer-led health promotion workshops provided by organizations that serve people with disabilities. Consumers who participate in the Living and Working Well workshops come to them at different stages of readiness but, in general, have an interest in working on goals toward improved quality of life. They are typically new or established consumers at CILs who want to develop the skills they need in order to live independently, or to maintain their independence, in the community. People across disability type take the workshops which are offered across the US.
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