Continuous Residential Support (CRS)
Community Living Arrangement (CLA)
This includes support to help individuals work as paid employees in work settings that also employ people without disabilities. These services assist individuals to find and apply for jobs and offer job coaching support to people once work is secured. This service includes individual and group-supported employment. This service is designed to provide support and supervision but is not intended to provide ongoing long-term 1:1 support to help a person complete their work activities.
These include sheltered workshops and day support options. These services are provided in a facility-based program that focuses on developing meaningful skills in the area of work, socialization and community participation.
Day Service Option
Respite is the temporary care of a person with a disability for the purpose of offering relief to the family or caregiver. It is a service that allows for time to reenergize, deal with emergency situations, or engage in personal, social, or routine activities and tasks that otherwise may be neglected, postponed, or curtailed due to the demands of caring for a person who has intellectual disabilities.
Available upon request.