A service that provides specialized sensory-motor, cognitive, communicative, social interaction, and behavioral training to promote skill development for some portion of a 24-hour day..
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We address the needs of individuals with behavioral 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.
- To provide training and supervision for the member to increase or maintain his her socialization and adaptive skills to live and participate in the community.
- To provide opportunities to interact with friends and others in the community, including providing information and facilitating access to community resources.
- To provide opportunities for members to develop skills that lead to meaningful days, valued community roles, and promote the member’s vision of the future and priorities.
- A specific teaching strategy for each habilitative outcome within twenty (20) business days after the initiation of service for a new or a continuing placement and whenever a new outcome has been identified for the member. The specific teaching strategy for each outcome shall identify the schedule of the implementation, frequency of services, data collection methods, and the steps to be followed to teach the new skill.
- Implementing strategies to address behavioral concerns, developing behavior intervention programs, and coordinating with behavioral health programs to ensure proper review of medication treatment plans;
- Mobility training, alternative, or adaptive communication training;
- Assisting members in utilizing community transportation resources to support the member in all daily living activities (e.g., day treatment and training, employment situation, medical appointments, visits with family and friends, and other community activities) as identified within the member’s planning document.
- Develop, at a minimum, a monthly on-site/community-integrated schedule of daily activities and document the member’s direct input into the schedule. Daily activities and schedules are based on the member’s choice, developmental level, planning document goals, and enrichment of life experiences. Allow for reasonable choice in activity participation and offer alternative activities. This schedule shall be available to the member, member’s representative, or others upon request.
- Opportunities for training and practice in basic life skills such as shopping, banking, money management, access and use of community resources, and community survival skills; and
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