We provide a variety of supports and programs, which are grounded in the following beliefs and principles.
Each person interested in a Community Living Arrangement, along with his/her family members and/or advocate, is directly involved in choosing the community and type of home in which they wish to reside.
Individuals are introduced to and spend time with both prospective roommates as well as the staff members responsible for their support, and they are encouraged to voice their opinions and concerns throughout the transition process and ongoing.
Individuals and their family members work extensively with the program team in order to develop a plan of care that supports both the physical, as well as the behavioral health needs of the individual. Authorizations for additional supports available through Supportive Concepts for Families, Inc. may include: behavioral health support; nursing services; intensive staff support.
Supportive Concepts for Families, Inc. makes arrangements for any and all services the individual may require on a daily basis. Family members may have as much or as little involvement in these services as they choose. As the provider, Supportive Concepts for Families, Inc. is responsible for all needs of the individual twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven days a week.
Respite Services are short term direct services that are provided to supervise and support individuals living in private homes due to the absence or need for relief of those persons normally providing care.
It is important for family members and other caregivers to relieve the stress they may experience and have the opportunity to follow through with appointments and social activities.
Types of Respite Services We Provide
Our community specialists are capableof providing a full range of habilitation services, including assistance with daily living skills and implementing physical and/or occupational therapy activities.
Community activities, assistance at medical appointments, transportation, and specialized health services that do not require a nurse to perform.
All staff are trained in the necessary areas of home care and personal care as well as CPR, First Aid, Medication Administration and Fire Safety.
As with all of the Supportive Concepts for Families, Inc. services, all components of waiver services can be individually tailored for one hour per day to twenty-four hours per day, depending upon the individual’s and family’s needs.
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