Intermittent supports are offered to those individuals who would like to maintain their independence by living in their own home but who still benefit from occasional supports.

Intermittent supports might include areas of assistance like shopping, money management, environmental health and safety, or socialization and community interaction.

24-Hour Supports are offered to those individuals who might require supervision and assistance throughout the day and the night.

Typically, 24-hour supports exist in a roommate type environment but can be offered in a more private setting. In addition to offering any habilitative supports, 24-hour supports provide for the general health, safety, and welfare of the person served 24-hours a day.

Shared Living Environments offer those served the opportunity to live independently while still having the support and connection of a family.

In the shared living model of care, an individual is matched with a provider or a provider family and the two share a home, much like any family setting.

Respite Care is available for those individuals who may need supports while their primary caregiver is unavailable.

Respite care can provide finite relief for caregivers. Respite care is important for your health and for your ability to continue to provide care for your loved one.