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Residential Habilitation

: Community residential habilitation services assist participants in acquiring the skills necessary to maximize the participant's independence in activities of daily living and to fully participate in community life. Services shall increase individual independence and reduce the level of service need.


Day Habilitation

Day Habilitation:is based on a person-centered plan and is intended to increase independence as well as develop and maintain motor skills; communication skills; and personal hygiene skills

Supported Employment:

Supported Employment: refers to service provisions wherein people with disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, mental health, and traumatic brain injury, among others, are assisted with obtaining and maintaining employment.


Personal Supports

Personal Supports:provide regular personal assistance, support, supervision, and training to. assist the individual to participate fully in their home and community life. These supports can. be provided in the participant's own home, family home, in the community, and at an. individual competitive, integrated worksite


Community Developmental Services

Community Development Services help individuals learn new skills and keep the skills they currently have related to their individual goals and outcomes.


Respite Care

Respite Care: is planned or emergency temporary care provided to caregivers of a child or adult.[1] Respite programs provide planned short-term and time-limited breaks for families and other unpaid caregivers of children and adults with disabilities or cognitive loss in order to support and maintain the primary caregiving relationship. Respite also provides a positive experience for the person receiving care.[2] The term "short break" is used in some countries to describe respite care.

Nurse Case Management:

• Nurse Case Management: is centered around providing their clients with the best possible health care that fits their personal circumstances. Common duties they perform include: Evaluating a client's medical history. Interviewing clients and assessing their needs, health history, and existing support network.