We assist individuals with skills to live successfully in home and community-based settings.
We assist consumers with acquiring, maintaining, and improving the skills necessary to live in the community, to live more independently, and to participate meaningfully in community life.
Our service consists of assistance, support, and guidance in the general areas of self-care, health maintenance, decision making, home management, managing personal resources, communication, mobility and transportation, relationship development and socialization, personal adjustment, participating in community functions and activities, and use of community resources.
Examples: participating in daily living skills (grooming, hygiene, dressing, meal prep), promoting health and wellness, managing medical care (arranging/attending appointments), managing mental health and emotional wellness, managing home (arranging/paying utilities, routine maintenance), achieving financial stability, communicating with providers, developing relationships within the community, exercising rights as a citizen, participating in preferred activities (shopping, restaurants, museum), expressing preferences, arranging transportation, developing interests and hobbies, identifying risks to the consumer.
Can also include things like taking vitals, positioning, range of motion exercises, monitoring seizure activity, and crisis intervention