Missouri Asset Development Project
The Missouri Asset Development Project is a project funded by the Missouri Developmental Disabilities Council to train service providers on National Disability Institute’s Building Assets & Promoting Choice and Community Participation for Persons with Disabilities curriculum. To date, more than 40 service providers have been trained on the “Building Assets & Promoting Choice and Community Participation for Persons with Disabilities” curriculum and various other asset building resources and tools.
Upon completion, trainers are encouraged to share knowledge and best practices with their staff, colleagues, fellow trainers, self-advocates, teachers, and other professionals that support persons with disabilities.
As part of the project, a statewide Asset Development Summit was held in April that brought together members of the disability and asset development communities together to develop an action plan on how to further expand economic self-sufficiency opportunities for persons with developmental disabilities.
Learn more about NDI’s Asset Development Projects
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