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What is a Community Supports Navigator?

A Community Supports Navigator provides young people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, their families and trusted allies the guidance needed to plan for meaningful, contributing adult lives in their communities after graduation from high school.

The Sherlock Center has developed a team of Community Supports Navigators, trained in the values of self-determination, person-centered planning facilitation, and the processes for accessing natural, community and formal supports including the management of self-directed supports for people with developmental disabilities in RI.

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A Community Supports Navigator will: Who can receive the guidance of a Community Supports Navigator? Referrals can be made by: For information regarding services and applicable fees, or to make a referral, contact the Sherlock Center:

By Phone:
(401) 456-8072 Voice
(401) 456-8773 TDD
7-1-1 or 1-800-745-5555 RI Relay TTY
7-1-1 or 1-866-355-9214 RI Relay Spanish

By Email:
Claire Rosenbaum - crosenbaum@ric.edu
Janet Iovino - jiovino@ric.edu
Iraida Williams - iwilliams@ric.edu


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