For about 66% of residents at Texas state supported living centers (SSLCs) who were eligible to transition to a community placement, the resident or family cited reluctance to transition. In 47% of cases, the legally authorized representative's (LAR's) reluctance to approve the transition was a barrier. In 19% of cases in 2017, the individual as reluctant to transition. The residents surveyed lived at the 12 SSLCs and the intermediate care facility (ICF) component of the Rio Grande State Center provide residential services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DDs). Reasons for individuals' reluctance to transition included . . .