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Supportive In-Home

Supportive in-home services for Individuals with intellectual disabilities involve skill building to enhance self-help, socialization, and adaptive skills necessary for independent living in the community. There services aim to help Individuals acquire, retain, and improve these essential skills to support their overall well-being and quality of life.

Independent Living

Independent living support services are designed for adults 18 and older to acquire the skills and support needed to establish and sustain their own homes in the community. These services focus on skill-building and assistance tailored to help Individuals maintain independent living arrangements, whether living alone or with roommates in their own residence. Support can be provided in the Individual's home o rother community settings to promote self-sufficiency and successful community living. 

Respite Service

Respite services offer temporary, short-term substitute care to provide relief for primary caregivers. This support helps Individuals maintain their health and functional skills for independent living and community engagement. Respite services can be delivered through agency-directed or consumer-directed models to meet the unique needs of each Individual and their caregiver.

Companion Services

Companion services offer nonmedical care, socialization, and general support to adults aged 18 and older, either that home or in community settings. This service aims to enhance the Individual's well-being and quality of life by providing companionship and support. Companion services can be combined with waiver residential support services to provide a comprehensive level of care and assistance tailored to the Individual's needs.

Personal Assistance

Personal assistance services involve direct support or supervision with activities of daily living (ADLs), instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs), community access, health monitoring, and work or school-related assistance. These services help Individuals compensate for any physical, behavioral, or cognitive limitations that impact their ability to perform these tasks independently.

Community Engagement

Community engagement services aim to help Individuals develop and enhance skills essential for positive social interactions, independence, employability, and personal-decision making to participate in typical community activities. These services support Individuals in accessing and engaging in community activities similar to those chosen by the general population. Community engagement services may involve community education, training and volunteer opportunities to promote social integration and participation in community life, 


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