(A) "Independent living services" means services and other forms of support designed to aid children and young adults to successfully make the transition to independent adult living and to achieve emotional and economic self-sufficiency. "Independent living services" may include the following:
(1) Providing housing;
(2) Teaching decision-making skills;
(3) Teaching daily living skills such as securing and maintaining a residence, money management, utilization of community services and systems, personal health care, hygiene and safety, and time management;
(4) Assisting in obtaining education, training, and employment skills;
(5) Assisting in developing positive adult relationships and community supports.
(B) "Young adult" means a person eighteen years of age or older but under twenty-one years of age who was in the temporary or permanent custody of, or was provided care in a planned permanent living arrangement by, a public children services agency or private child placing agency on the date the person attained age eighteen.
Effective Date: 2002 HB38 11-01-2002