DD Waiver

We Specialize in:

 

Personalization

Bilingual evaluation and treatment

Speech problems that accompany other disabilities

Sensory integration and stimulation

Home and community based therapy services

Computer and voice output access

Eating and swallowing disorders

Physical, occupational, and speech-language therapy

Family living, respite, community access, and adult day habilitation

Adult Day Habilitation

Daily Activities based on interest in an environment of choice.

​Physical Therapy

May be appropriate:

 

When a person has difficulty with fine or gross motor skills (such as performing tasks with their hands and/or arms. 

 

When a person has difficulty with mobility, such as walking, standing, or sitting. 

 

When a person has difficulty with balance or falling down. 

 

When a person is in a wheelchair or needs assistance with positioning. 

 

When a person has difficulty with physical tone or conditioning. 

 

When a person is transferred by others, and staff or family need training in safe transfer techniques. 

 

When a person has difficulty maintaining physical control over their bode and/or body movements. 

 

When a person has problems with skin breakdown or health, such as bed sores. 

 

When a person needs adaptive equipment or Prosthetics due to physical limitation.

​Speech & Language

May be appropriate:

 

When a person has difficulty communication with others.

 

When a person is difficult to understand when talking.

 

When a person does not talk or has a limited number of words that they use.

 

When a person need assistive technology to communicate with others.

 

When a person is diagnosed as autistic.

 

When a person has had a traumatic brain injury, stroke, or is suffering form dementia or Alzheimer's disease.

 

When a person has a severe stutter.

 

When a person has a long term hoarse or harsh voice.

 

When a person has memory or problem solving difficulties.

 

When a person is slow to develop reading and writing skills.

Family living​

Twenty-four hour community living support. Family Living services are provided using a non-shift staffing model in which the individual is supported as part of a family unit.

​Occupational Therapy

May be appropriate:   

 

When a person has difficulty with fine or gross motor skills (such as performing tasks with their hands and/or arms.

 

When a person's home or work needs to be modified to allow a physical limitation. 

 

When a person needs help leaning or rehabilitating daily living skills (such as personal grooming, cooking, and cleaning). 

 

When a person needs assistance in developing prevocational, fun, or leisure activities. 

 

When a person needs electronic access to home or work. 

 

When a person needs assistance with positioning or access to wheelchairs, beds or showers. 

 

When a person is transferred by others, and staff or family need training in safe transfer techniques. 

 

When a person shows sensory seeking behaviors repeatedly, such as: hand flapping, rocking, biting, placing hands in their mouth, twirling or jumping up and down. 

 

When a person doesn't like sounds, unexpected touch, certain textures of food or clothing.

Respite

Services that allow the primary caregiver to take a break from care giving responsibilities while maintaining adequate supervision and support.

Community Access

Services to provide relationships and connections in our community based on your interest.

 

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