Purpose

 

WHAT WE DO

SERVICE COORDINATION is the process of development and implementation of an individualized plan of supports and services with a team of people, which includes the individual, family members, friends, agency staff, and other advocates and professionals. This team works to assist the individual in achieving the outcomes that he/she wants and needs.

VOCATIONAL SERVICES provide individualized supports and services in a variety of work environments, both in the agency and within the community, which assist the individual in expanding his/her work opportunities and potential.

RESIDENTIAL SERVICES provide individualized supports and services in a variety of living environments within the community, which assist the individual in expanding his/her living skills and opportunities to fully participate in the community.

SUPPORT SERVICES consist of additional supports such as transportation, food services, nursing, assessment and evaluation, and social and recreational services which are vital parts of agency programs.

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CHILDREN’S SERVICES consist of specialized supports designed for individuals under the age of twenty-one and provided according to an Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Most services are similar to adult services (day, residential, and vocational) and are often designed to help students transition from their local school districts to the adult world. Several providers offer specialized services to younger children with the ultimate goal of having the child return to the public school or home to his/her family as soon as possible.

RETIREMENT SERVICES consist of more specialized services and supports designed for retirement-age individuals, enabling them to live full, active lives within their communities.

SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS are available at some Community Support Providers to meet the needs of people with autism, traumatic brain injury or other unique conditions.

FAMILY SUPPORT is a service provided by select regional Community Support Providers to help families to support their children at home for as long as possible.