Located in Pennsylvania and Delaware, Behavior Support Services are designed to increase individuals’ independence and inclusion in family and community life by increasing their adaptive behaviors and functional skills. Each person receives an individualized plan based on their strengths, challenges, and goals.
Community Participation Support provides each person with the opportunity to achieve their personally identified goals for community participation. Used as an alternative to a traditional day program, individuals and families choose the type and amount of service participation that is supported through the individual service plan. Transportation is included.
Lifesharing gives people the opportunity to grow, learn, and pursue their goals in a family environment. The person with a disability and the family or individual person choose to live together and share their lives. Lifesharing providers are actively involved in the person's life, providing assistance, support, and guidance. Learn more about becoming a Lifesharing provider.
Individuals live in licensed or unlicensed provider owned or rented homes, and are supported to acquire, maintain, or improve their skills to live more independently and participation meaningfully in the community.
Individuals receive support to find and maintain a job. Services include assistance to build a resume and discover skills and interests, as well as career planning, job coaching, preparation for interviews, and job searches.
Each person receives support to live in their own home and acquire, maintain, or improves the skills necessary to live more independently. Participation in the community and use of community resources is emphasized. Transportation is provided, with some exceptions.
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