Based on the “clubhouse” model, where choice and opportunities are the focus, this unique program provides diverse activities for adults with multiple and co-occurring disabilities, both facility based and primarily in the community. Activities and training are geared to enhance mobility, communication, socialization and leisure skills, while promoting community assimilation and involvement. Goals are to assist participants to enhance life skills, while developing new relationships and enjoying new experiences.
Respite and In-Home Services:
Provides an array of supports to families and individuals who live in their own home. Type and level of support vary based on the needs and preferences of the family and/or individual. Support may be one-time-only, such as an environmental modification, or can be on-going, such as drop-in or friendly visitor support, to more intensive monitoring and training. In-home supports are very flexible and the goals are to assist individuals to stay in their own homes while maximizing their opportunities for independence.