Teaches adults with disabilities or traumatic brain injuries to learn or re-learn skills needed for daily living and maintenance of an independent lifestyle.
Independent Living Skills (ILS) training occurs in the individual’s home and community. One-to-one instruction with a team of professionals, assist the individual in accomplishing specific goals and objectives described in their Individual Program Plan.
Striving for independence in the community, not only involves living in the community, but becoming an active participant in daily living activities. This involves assisting individuals in pursuing skills in the area of vocation, education, volunteerism and social pursuits, as well as apartment living.
Structured recreation activities are offered on Saturdays to assist people in becoming familiar with activities in the community, as well as meeting new people.
Family Support groups are offered on a quarterly basis to assist families and significant others in adjusting to and maintaining the individual’s independent lifestyle.
Individual Case Management
Must be 18 years or older
Must have the desire to receive independent living skills training
Must have sufficient income to sustain appropriate lifestyle in the community
Must be semi-independent in self care functions or have an identified attendant
Payment is based on an hourly rate and billed monthly