UDI understands that each person is on their own trajectory with life skills meaning, each individual has very specific needs when it comes to life skills training. UDI provides habilitative activities at various points throughout the work day, but also offers individuals time to spend solely on developing or increasing their abilities to perform activities of daily living. An ADL may be as routine as the need of an individual to wash their hands or may be as sporadically as taking out the garbage, but UDI works with individuals to ensure that each task is taught through sequencing, modeling, and practice. UDI Direct Support Providers train individuals on their personal goals and also offer individuals broader training on other tasks required for an individual to live as independently as possible.
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