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Semi-Independent living services
What are semi-independent living services (SILS)?
Semi-independent living services are services that include training and assistance in managing money, preparing meals, shopping, personal appearance, hygiene and other activities needed to maintain and improve the capacity of an adult with a developmental disability to live in the community. A goal of SILS is to support people in ways that will enable them to achieve personally desired outcomes and lead self-directed lives.
Who is eligible for SILS?
To be eligible to receive SILS, the recipient must meet all these criteria:
What services are available through SILS?
Reimbursable costs include training and assistance in:
Additional ways to use SILS include:
How can persons apply for SILS?
You can contact your local county agency (PDF). The amount, type, cost and expected outcomes of SILS to be provided, must be indicated when services are authorized.
Let us know if you are unable to find information about Disability Services Division programs and services. E-mail DHS.Dsdtahelp@state.mn.us.
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