Services > Habilitative Services
This serves people of all ages who receive services through the following types of waivers:
ALI – Alaskan’s Living Independently
APDD – Adults with Physical and Developmental Disabilities
CCMC – Children with Complex Medical Conditions
IDD – Individuals with Developmental Disabilities
Waivers provide access to many care services that include:
This service is provided to individuals who are over 18 years of age or older and the home is licensed as an assisted living home for 2 or more individuals. The Group Home provides 24 hour care and assist individuals on learning life skills such as meal preparation, household chores, and money management.
Family Habilitation is a licensed assisted living home that provides services in a family like setting. This service can be for individuals under 18 years of age or over 18. The home also works with the individual on life skills such as meal preparation, house hold chores, and money management.
Day Habilitation can be provided on a one to one basis or as a group, this service helps individuals learn social skills and appropriate community interactions, they work with their CSS on individualized goals such as socialization goals, community safety, appropriate peer interactions, etc.
Supported Employment can be provided on a one to one basis or as a group, this service assists individuals with being able to maintain gainful employment, they also work on individualized goals such as teaching specific job skills, clocking time appropriately for your shift, and appropriate interactions/conversation with coworkers.
In Home Supports
Services are provided on a 1 to 1 basis and is for individuals under 18 years of age and live in a private residence. In home supports is similar to Supported Living except it is for under 18 years of age. It is working on goals such as learning to prepare simple meals and snacks, household chores, and proper hygiene.
Services are provided on a 1 to 1 basis to individuals who are over 18 years of age or older and live in a private residence. Supported living is assisting individuals with independent living skills in a residential setting the Community Support Specialist will assist them in working on individualized goals some examples are meal preparation, household chores, and proper hygiene.