Services for People with Disabilities
The Disability Services programs include a variety of services provided both inside and outside the facilities. These services are rehabilitative, facilitative, and educational in nature. The development of vocational and independent living skills are the principle purpose of the programs. Individual plans are designed to assist the individual meet goals related to their own particular vocational or living skill needs. We are currently serving members in Keokuk, Burlington, Fort Madison, Washington, Fairfield, Sigourney, Ottumwa, Oskaloosa, Knoxville, Centerville, Pella, and Bloomfield.
A variety of services designed to meet the individual's needs to help them live in the home of their choice. Services can provide up to 24 hours of support per day based on an individuals needs and is designed to assist with daily living needs that can include: personal and home skills, community skills, personal needs, transportation, respite, and treatment services, among others.
A program designed to assist or support an individual in developing or maintaining life skills and community integration through a community-based setting. Services include physical and emotional development, communication, socialization, behavior management, mobility, and many more.