Home and Community Based Services (HCBS)
Respite is the provision of “short care and supervision” for children and adults with developmental disabilities. The home support is providing relief for the primary caregiver. While respite is also supporting the emotional, physical, and mental well being of the person with disabilities. When this service is provided regularly, it can keep families and other primary caregivers strong and energized.
Habilitation support at home and in the community
Habilitation services are provided to children and adults with developmental disabilities in their homes and in their communities. These services include developmental skill training and may also provide training in cleaning, cooking, shopping, washing clothes or working in the yard.
Thereby, this program helps a person to gain knowledge and skills in order to keep or increase self-sufficiency.
Attendant Care at home
Attendant care assists a person in maintaining or attaining safe and healthy living, which includes personal cleanliness and activities of daily living. These activities can include help with showering, bathing, changing seats, and eating.
The house cleaning service is to help keep the members’ house clean. This home support includes housekeeping in every room that the member needs to use. When this service is provided regularly, it can keep families and other primary caregivers strong and energized.
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