All our Direct Support Professionals (DSP) are trained to DDD training standards, as well are CPR/First Aid certified, have a level one fingerprint card as well as have passed a background check.
Habilitation enhances skills in the areas of self-care, home-living, community use, communication, social, health, safety, leisure, self-direction, and functional academics. Our Direct Support Professional (DSP) will listen to choices made by you and your family member/guardian in determining what outcomes and objectives (goals) will meet your expectations. Our DSP will utilize your Individual Support Plan and your expressed expectations to develop habilitation objectives and outcomes directed at realizing your personal goals. These services can be provided in the community, in your home or in the home of the DSP (if certified).
Respite services are designed to provide relief for the primary caregiver. This service provides for short-term care and supervision in accordance with the person’s Individual Support Plan. This service can be provided in the community, in the consumer’s home or in the home of the DSP (if certified).
Attendant care is designed to ensure a level of self-reliance which has already been established. The focus of attendant care is to maintain a healthy and safe environment and respond to your personal care needs. This service is based on your specific needs, as identified in the Individual Support Plan and an Attendant Care Agreement.