Our Individual Supports program builds on training the adaptive functioning and communication skills an individual needs, in accordance with treatment plans, to thrive in a home or community setting. Individual Supports encourages the execution and engagement of behavioral, self-care, and habilitative-related tasks, ranging from activities of daily living to instrumental activities.
Our Community Based Habilitation creates a nurturing environment where our individuals can focus on engaging in positive behaviors that lead to increased independence, enhanced functioning skills, and expanded inclusion within the community. Our one-on-one services serve individuals, in or out of their residence, depending on need.
Our ABA & Autism services are designed to improve communication, language, and attention while decreasing aggressive and self-injurious behaviors among those with learning disabilities. Our services are customized based on an individual’s skills, abilities, behaviors, and level of functioning to promote learning and growth in a fun and inclusive environment.
Our Respite services deliver short-term support for individuals challenged by learning disabilities. Whether at a family home or a community setting, our trained staff will go directly to the place of care and provide relief to families who work tirelessly to care for their loved ones.
Our Respite program is available for multiple periods, including:
Individual Employment Support
We coordinate the activities needed to help an individual obtain and maintain an individual job in competitive employment or self-employment settings.
Small Group Employment Support
We offer services and training activities to participants with disabilities, working in regular business, industry, and community settings, in groups of two to eight workers. Services may include but are not limited to:
Our Prevocational Training provides learning and work experiences, where individuals can develop general, task-specific strengths and skills that contribute to employability in paid employment and integrated community settings. Supports are delivered in a face-to-face setting, either one-on-one with the participant or in a group of two to eight participants.