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Residential and Support Services

Residential Habilitation and Support Services, also known as RHS, is a service that is available to people with developmental disabilities through the following funding sources: Developmental Disabilities (DD) Medicaid waiver, Autism Medicaid waiver, Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Services (BDDS). RHS provides staffing support in a person’s home and the community to help the person acquire, improve and retain skills. A person’s own home can mean living with family, living in an apartment or home with housemates, or living anywhere where there is a lease in place.

Individualized Services

RHS is an individualized service that is designed to meet the needs of the person. The agency providing RHS must comply with a person’s individualized plan, called the ISP. RHS can include the following supports, based on a person’s wants and needs as outlined in the ISP:

● Assistance with community participation (shopping, errands, leisure and recreation)

● Coordination of healthcare needs

● Transportation

● Assistance with meals

● Assistance with personal care

● Skills training

● Staff supervision and monitoring

Community Habilitation

Community Habilitation and Supports, also known as Day Hab (DHI), is a service that is available to people with developmental disabilities through the following funding sources: Developmental Disabilities (DD) Medicaid waiver, Autism Medicaid waiver, Support Services waiver, and the Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Services (BDDS).

Community Hab provides services outside of a person’s home that support learning and assistance in the areas of: self-care, sensory/motor development, socialization, daily living skills, communication, community living, and social skills. Community-based activities are intended to build relationships and natural support.

This service can be provided on an individual basis or in a group, depending on what is authorized within the person’s plan.

Respite Care Services

Respite Care Services, also known simply as Respite, is a service that is available to people with developmental disabilities through the following funding sources: Developmental Disabilities (DD) Medicaid waiver, Autism Medicaid waiver, and Support Services (SS) Medicaid Waiver. Respite means services provided to individuals unable to care for themselves that are furnished on a short-term basis because of the absence or need for relief of those persons normally providing care.

This service can be provided in the following locations: an individual’s home, the private home of the caregiver, a non-private residential setting such as a respite home.

There are different levels of Respite services that can be provided depending on a person’s needs. These include services provided by a registered nurse, an LPN, or other trained agency staff. Allowable Respite activities include:

● Assistance with toileting and feeding

● Assistance with daily living skills, including assistance with accessing the community and community activities

● Assistance with grooming and personal hygiene

● Meal preparation, serving and cleanup

● Administration of medications

● Supervision

Programs For Elders

Attendant Care

Attendant Care Services also known as ATTC, offers non-medical supportive living services to you in the comfort of your home. This service is available under the A&D Waiver and TBI Waiver. We send our highly trained caregivers to your home to assist you with:

  • Meal planning and preparations
  • Activities of Daily Living
  • Medication Reminders
  • Light House Cleaning
  • Companionship
  • Errands etc.

Home Making

Homemaking is a service provided under the A&D and TBI Waivers that we currently support. Homemaking allows us to send a caregiver to your home to assist you primarily with light housekeeping. This includes cleaning areas you are primarily use and:

  • Vacuuming
  • Laundry
  • Dishwashing
  • Trash 
  • Sweeping/Mopping
  • Disinfecting commons areas such as bathrooms and counters

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