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“Asset Development” is the process of having financial resources to do things like buy a home; invest in a business; learn a new skill or education; or put aside money in a savings account for emergencies. Having “assets” increases your chances to stay where you live; enables you to stick to a career choice;...

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NCCDD believes that people with I/DD have the right to pursue opportunities for education, training, employment, meaningful relationships, and full participation in the community. To achieve these outcomes, people must receive individually tailored support that prepares them to navigate life. “Transition” often ...

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NCCDD believes that individuals with I/DD should receive the supports necessary to live full lives in the community that include choices about housing, education, employment, social and recreation, and volunteering. Individuals with I/DD can be included in all aspects of community life when adequate and appropriate ...

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In the United States, an adult deemed "incompetent" because of medical conditions, mental health issues or intellectual or developmental disabilities is placed under the care of a guardian appointed by a state court. In NC, clerks or assistant clerks of the court serve as the judge for matters relating to guardiansh...

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