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Independent Living Supports

24-hour Emergency Assistance

Provides on-call support, resource sharing, and problem solving. This service may also include immediate response for assistance at a person’s home due to a health or personal emergency.

Chore Services

Support or assistance to a person or their primary caregiver to maintain a clean, sanitary, and safe home. Chores may include outdoor household maintenance or tasks inside the home.

Companion Services

Service to help individuals who have difficulty accessing the community. Focuses on decreasing isolation and developing supportive relationships and community connections through 1:1 support. This service can be provided in their home or in the community.

Homemaker Services

Homemaker Services range from light household cleaning to household cleaning with incidental assistance with home management and/or activities of daily living. Services are customized to meet the needs of the individual.

Independent Living Skills Services (ILS)

ILS supports an individual to develop, maintain, and improve community living skills. ILS assists individuals by developing personal goals and provides 1:1 support to help with a variety of areas. The goals are geared towards successful, independent living; a support plan may include improving their health and housing, completing important paperwork, developing supportive relationships, obtaining community resources, or finding employment or volunteer work.

In-Home Family Support

Training services are provided in a person’s home and in the community, with the goal to maintain or increase the person’s physical, mental, emotional, and social functioning. Training is available to the family, including extended family, of the person with a developmental disability.

In-Home Respite Care

Short-term care services provided due to the absence or need for relief of the family members or primary caregiver normally providing the care. This includes training of the person and family members to increase their capabilities to care for and maintain the person in their home.

Residential Habilitation (SLS)

Services provided to a person who cannot live in their home or who need outside support to remain in their home. Habilitation services are provided in the person’s residence and in the community, and are directed toward increasing and maintaining the person’s physical, intellectual, emotional and social functioning.

Supported Employment Services

Support for individuals who would unlikely receive competitive wages without services. This includes intensive, ongoing assistance so an individual can perform successfully in a community work setting.