Companion Services:
Companion services are designed to provide social support and assistance to individuals with developmental disabilities who live in their own homes. Companion services include engaging the individual in activities, providing assistance with community participation, and ensuring the individual's overall wellbeing.

Homemaker/Chore services provide assistance with household tasks to individuals with developmental disabilities who live in their own homes. Homemaker services include general cleaning, meal preparation, laundry, and grocery shopping, while chore services include tasks such as yard work, snow removal, and home maintenance.

Shift Nursing:
Shift nursing is a specialized service that provides skilled nursing care to individuals with complex medical needs who require continuous monitoring and intervention. Shift nursing services can include administration of medications, tracheostomy care, ventilator management, and other skilled nursing services.

Respite services provide temporary relief for family members or caregivers who provide ongoing care for individuals with developmental disabilities. Respite services can be provided in the individual's home or in a community setting and can include social or recreational activities, personal care, and supervision.

In Home Community Support:
In-home community support is a service provided under the ODP Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) waivers that supports individuals with developmental disabilities to live in their own homes or communities. The goal of in-home community support is to promote independence, increase community participation, and enhance the overall quality of life for the individual.

Jun 12, 2024

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