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Services Community Living And Support - T2013TF

Community Living and Support is an individualized service that enables the waiver  beneficiary to live the home of his/her family or successfully in his/her own home, the  home of his/her family or natural supports and be an active member of his/her community. A paraprofessional assists the person to learn new skills and /or supports the person in activities that are individualized and aligned with the person’s preferences. The intended outcome of the service is to increase or maintain the person’s life skills or provide the supervision needed to empower the person to live in the home of his/her family or natural supports, maximize his or her self-sufficiency, increase self-determination and enhance the person’s opportunity to have full membership in his /her community.
Community Living and Support enables the person to learn new skills, practice and/or improve existing skills. Areas of skill acquisition are: interpersonal, independent living, community living, self- care, and self-determination.

Community Networking: Service - H2015

Community Networking services provide individualized day activities that support the participant's definition of a meaningful day in an integrated community setting, with person who are not disabled.  This service is provided separate and apart from the participant’s private residence, other residential living arrangement, and/ or the home of a service provider.  These services do not take place in licensed facilities and are intended to offer the participant the opportunity to develop meaningful community relationships with non-disabled individuals.  Service are designed to promote maximum participation in community life while developing natural supports within integrated settings.  Community networking services enable the participant to increase or maintain their capacity for independence and develop social roles valued by non-disabled members of the community.  As participants gain skills and increase community connections, service hours should fade; however a formal fading plan is not required.

Bailey's Respite Care, Inc.

Community Networking Services Consist Of:

  • Participation in adult education.
  • Development of community based time management skills.
  • Community based classes for the development of hobbies.
  • Leisure /cultural interests; Volunteer work.
  • Participation informal/informal associations and /or community groups.
  • Training and education in self-determination and self-advocacy.
  • Using public transportation.
  • Inclusion in a broad range of community settings that allow the participant to make community connections; and/or.
Bailey's Respite Care, Inc.
Respite Individual - S5150 / B-3 Services

Respite services provide periodic support and relief to the primary caregiver(s) from the responsibility and stress of caring for the participant. This service enables the primary caregiver to meet or participate in planned or emergency events, and to have planned time for him/her and/or family members. Respite may include in and out-of-home services, inclusive of overnight, weekend care, emergency care (family emergency based, not to include out of home crisis) or continuous care up to ten consecutive (10) days. The primary caregiver is the person principally responsible for the care and supervision of the participant and must maintain his/her primary residence at the same address as the participant.

Residential Supports

Residential Supports consist of an integrated array of individually designed training activities, assistance and supervision.

Residential Supports Include:

  • Habilitation Services aimed at assisting the participant to acquire, improve, and retain skills in self-help, general household management and meal preparation, personal finance management, socialization and other adaptive areas. Training outcomes focus on allowing the participant to improve his/her ability to reside as independently as possible in the community.
  • Assistance in activities of daily living when the participant is dependent on others to ensure health and safety.
  • Habilitation services that allow the participant to participate in home life or community activities. Transportation to and from the residence and points of travel in the community is included to the degree that they are not reimbursed by another funding source.