In-Home and Community SupportsProving personal assistance for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to build daily living and social skills. Persons supported, and their families, are the decision makers regarding where and how they receive services to best fit their goals and needs:
- In-Home & Community Supports – one-on-one support with staff to develop daily living and community skills; or a combination of both
- Small group opportunities – one staff for two or three people supported. Weekly social group (Cool Guys & Cool Girls) works on community activities to increase social skills, relationships, community safety and skills-building activities.
- Companion Supports – one-on-one support with staff to provide health and safety in the home or community.
- In-Home Respite – one staff for one or two people supported to develop daily living skills and possible roommate matches through assessments.
- Community Participation Supports – one staff for two or three people supported. Persons supported are picked up at a group home or home living residence and returned back to the same place. During their community participation time, they work on learning activities in the community: educational/learning experiences, volunteer development, exercise and social skill building.