~ What We Do ~
Developmental Training is a rehabilitation program that focuses on the development and enhancement of daily adaptive living skills and economic self-sufficiency. This training takes place away from the individual's residential living arrangement and is designed to foster the acquisition of skills, appropriate behavior, greater independence and personal choice.
Work Adjustment Training
Work adjustment training is a vocational rehabilitation service that can be provided during an individual’s rehabilitation program to assist the individual in developing work skills, work habits, and job retention skills required to obtain and maintain employment. Work adjustment training includes activities to improve and increase productivity, attendance, punctuality, ability to work with others, ability to work under supervision, and work tolerance
Community Integrated Living Arrangement (CILA) is a living arrangement for adults (age 18 and older) in a group home, family home or apartment where 8 or fewer unrelated adults with developmental disabilities live under supervision of the community developmental services agency. Residents receive complete and individualized residential habilitation, personal support services and supports under the direction of a community support team within the local agency.
In-home Support Services
Respite Services: Temporary care for adults and children with disabilities aimed at relieving stress to families. Respite services may be provided for vacation, rest, errands, family crisis or emergency. Services may include personal assistant, homemaker or home health.
Home-Based Support Service Facilitation: Service Facilitation includes case management services to assist individuals and families in gaining access to needed Waiver and other Medicaid State Plan services, medical, social, educational and other services. Service Facilitators are responsible for the day-to-day oversight and administration of the service plan and for ensuring the health, safety and welfare of the individual.