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Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Provider Directories:
Behavioral Consultation - This service provides an individually designed behavior plan and strategies to support service recipients that have significant behavioral issues. The plan is developed through a functional behavioral assessment and necessary training of the support team in order to properly implement the plan.
Day Habilitation - This service is designed to assist with increasing and maintaining independence with adaptive skills, socialization, activities of community living or daily living. Activities should include community engagement.
Prevocational Services - This service is intended for those that have an interest in competitive employment in the community that need to increase or develop general "soft" skills that contribute to sustained employability. This may include learning non-job-specific skills including volunteer work opportunities or internships.
Supported Employment - This service is designed for those that want to work and/or are employed but need continued support or skills training in order to obtain employment or maintain their employment or increase their employment status, whether additional hours or higher level positions. This service can either be delivered as Individual Group Supported Employment (1 staff to 1 service recipient) or Small Group Supported Employment (1 staff to a range of service recipients that work together as a "crew").
Home Modifications include physical adaptations to the private residence of the service recipient or the service recipients's family (the service recipient must live with them full time to be eligible) that are necessary to ensure the health, welfare and safety of the service recipient and/or increase their level of independence in their home. This may include grab bars, widening of doors, etc.
Vehicle Modifications include adaptations or alterations to the automobile that is the service recipients's primary means of transportation. Alterations or adaptations that are of general utility or maintenance are excluded from both services.
Nurse Consultation - This service is the overall coordination and monitoring of the health care needs of the service recipient. This may include assessments, oversight and monitoring of medication records, medical appointment records, etc.
Personal Care - This service can be self-directed, where the service-recipient and/or family identify who will provide the care or a PASA or Home Health Agency may be selected to provide the care, which can include activities of daily living such as bathing, household chores, shopping, etc., or transportation to community activities or appointments, etc.
Residential Habilitation - This service is designed to assist individuals in acquiring skills related to activities of daily living, such as personal grooming and hygiene, bed making and household chores, eating and food preparation, community inclusion and social and adaptive skills necessary to enable individuals to live in the community. This service can either be provided by an agency in a neighborhood group home or apartment or by a Shared Living Provider, a single primary caregiver in their private home.
Respite - This service is designed to give the primary caregiver(s) a break. This service can be self-directed, where the service recipient and/or family identify who will provide the care or Camp may be selected as an option; otherwise a PASA or Home Health Agency may be selected to provide this service.
Supported Living - This service can provide up to 40 hours per week of personal care to an individual in their own home or apartment, who has relatively minimal support needs but who still requires assistance to enable them to live as independently as possible in the community.