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.
Services provided to the person served to give temporary relief to the usual caregiver and provides all the necessary care that the usual caregiver would provide during that time period. This service can be provided in an individual, one-on-one setting or in a group setting.
Provides assistance to individuals with self-care tasks, which the person would typically do independently if otherwise able. These services include dressing, hygiene, grooming, bathing, wheelchair transfers, ambulation and mobility, cooking, eating, housekeeping, medications, etc..
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.