Services provide a variety of interventions designed to maximize the functioning of persons with developmental disabilities. Services may include but are not limited to habilitative therapies, special developmental skills, behavior interventions, and sensorimotor development.
Services are designed to assist Division members in acquiring, retaining, and improving the self-help, socialization, and adaptive skills necessary to reside successfully in home and community-based settings. The services include the provision of training in independent living skills or special developmental skills, orientation and mobility training, sensorimotor development, and behavioral management.
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We address the needs of Habilitation issues
provides a family-like environment for our residents with special needs. Our home offers several opportunities to receive quality care, counseling, life skills training, employment orientation, and more. With this program, we develop a unique and comprehensive care plan for each resident, hoping we can provide them with a glimpse of hope to face their future with self-esteem.
1) To enable the member to acquire knowledge and skills and be a valued member of his or her community based on his or her own choices
2) To provide training to increase or maintain the member’s self-help, socialization, and adaptive skills to live and participate with his or her family in the community
3) To assist the member in achieving and maintaining a quality life that promotes the member’s vision for the future and priorities
4) To adjust the dependence on this service as natural supports become available in the member’s home or community
5) To encourage and develop the identification and the use of natural supports and reduce the need for this paid support
a) In accordance with the member’s planning document [e.g., Individual Support Plan (“ISP”)], develop:
b) Individualized and time-limited outcomes based on assessment data and input from the member and the member’s representative, which will allow the member to achieve his or her vision for the future and priorities.
c) A specific teaching strategy for each habilitative outcome within twenty (20) business days after initiating service for a new or a continuing placement and whenever a new outcome is identified for the member. The specific teaching strategy for each outcome shall identify the schedule for implementation, the frequency and duration of services, data collection methods, and the steps to be followed to teach the new skill.
d) A “home program” which can be routinely implemented by the member/caregiver in the course of daily living to reinforce the acquisition of skills to achieve outcomes.
e) Changes to specific outcome(s) and strategies, as agreed upon by the member’s planning team, based on the presence or absence of measurable progress by the member.