Now Celebrating 25 Years!
(1991 – 2016)
In-Home Rehabilitative Support Services provides In-home Family Support, Semi-Independent Living Skills, and Independent Living Skills Training to assist individuals in developing, maintaining and improving community living skills. This is a 1:1 support service. Training can include, but is not limited to: communication skills, community living skills, interpersonal and socialization skills, behavior support, self care, home care, sensory/motor development to acquire functional skills and more.
Supported Employment Services provides support for individuals for whom competitive employment at or above minimum wage is unlikely without supports and who, because of their disabilities, need intensive ongoing support to perform in a community work setting. Supported Employment Services are conducted in a variety of community work settings in which people without disabilities are employed.