Unlicensed Programs

McKel Gordon, Program Director

Our Unlicensed Programs consists of 4 main Services:

Home and Community Habilitation (1:1) (1:1= a Service ratio of 1-staff with 1-individual)
Companion Services
Respite Services (Both Less than 24 Hour and 24 Hour Overnight)
Supported Employment

Rachel supports Kenny in volunteering by reading to school children at a local classroom each week.

Rachel supports Kenny in volunteering by reading to school children at a local classroom each week.

Home and Community Habilitation (1:1)- is a Service which supports individuals in Acquiring, Maintaining, or Increasing skill levels in a variety of ways with obtainable, and measurable Outcomes and Goals which (in turn) increase the individual’s level of independence and a quality, everyday life. Some of these life skills and interests include (but are not limited to):

  • Hygiene Support
  • Cooking 
  • Cleaning Skills
  • Personal Safety Skills                                 

    Holly loves to cook and practice her food-prep skills.

    Holly loves to cook and practice her food-prep skills.

  • Community Inclusion/Socialization 
  • Money Management
  • Reading/Writing Skills
  • Volunteering

This program also offers support to individuals in completing needed personal activities, such as: attending Medical Appointments, Personal Shopping, Paying Bills, and running personal errands. The service of Home and Community Habilitation takes place in the Community or within a consumer’s home and not in a facility.

Companion Services- is a service which is designed to support the individual in maintaining their needed level of Supervision and Safety. Staff ensure that the individual’s personal needs are being met in the absence of their primary caregiver. No related Outcomes or Goals are being practiced during the time that this service is delivered.

Respite Services- *Please See the description of this program on the “Respite Services” page.

 Supported Employment- *Please See the description of this program on the “Respite Services” page.

 

Roger practices his money management skills by counting money from the cash register.

Roger practices his money management skills by counting money from the cash register.