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Life Skills Inventory/Independent Living Skills Assessment Tool
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Washington State Department of Social and Health Services (2000)

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services

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The Life Skills Inventory/Independent Living Skills Assessment Tool gathers information to identify if an individual is prepared with the appropriate life skills to live independently. The checklist covers 15 different categories related to independent living. Each category covers 4 levels of accomplishment (basic, intermediate, advanced, exceptional) and requirements for moving on to the next level.



  1. Sue T says:

    This looks like a very useful transition assessment for determining present levels of performance for all areas of daily living skills. I love that it is downloadable for free!

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  2. Dee Dunn says:

    In addition to the intended application, I have found this to be an excellent resource for working with individuals who have anxiety about readiness for independence, whether their anxiety is general, resulting from life changing event such as loss of family support or completion of educational track. Whether administered as an assessment or used by the client in self-assessment, it offers clear discussion points and working objectives toward successful independent living.

    5
  3. Jennifer V says:

    Very clear and detailed information for transitioning for independence.

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  4. Brian Ball says:

    This is terrific!!!

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  5. Tarone Claybrook says:

    from Pediatric and Community Based OTR perspective – Very practical and applicable for students (typical and unique) in transition, as well as, “undecided” young adults

    5

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