Community Support:

Community based programming provides a range of opportunities to learn activities of daily living, and increase independence and socialization. 

Homemaker/Companion Services:

Our trained caregivers provide light housekeeping, meal preparation, run errands, or accompany individuals in the community. We provide quality, caring companionship to the elderly and adults with disabilities.

Social Skills:

Facilitation of social skills training supported by evidence-based research that promotes the development of interpersonal and communication skills necessary for successful interactions within home and community.

Employment Assistance:

Employment assistance consists of services and supports provided to assist individuals in locating paid employment in the community. The service helps identify employment preferences; job skills; requirements for the work setting, work conditions, and prospective employers that may offer employment opportunities compatible with the individual’s identified preferences, skills, and requirements.

Supported Employment:

The supported employment service component provides ongoing individualized support, needed by an individual to sustain paid work in an integrated work setting.

Case Management and Service Coordination:

A service coordinator will assess, plan and manage your person-centered service plan to help improve your quality of life and create more pathways to independence. 

Personal Support Networks:

A trained PSN facilitator will assist families in vetting and training carefully selected family, friends, and professionals in their roles as part of a personal support network. These individuals will provide long-term companionship and assistance to keep individuals connected to the community.

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