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Habilitation services are designed to help an individual to learn, keep, or improve life skills and everyday functioning. The habilitation service provider will promote appropriate behavior, greater independence, community inclusion, relationship building, and self-advocacy.
Respite care is designed to provide “a break” to the caretaker of an individual with special needs. The respite provider takes care of the individual’s needs while the caretaker is participating in activities they would otherwise not be able to do. Respite can be provided for a certain number of hours, daily, weekly, overnight, at home, in the community, or in a day program.
Attendant Care is primarily done at the individual’s residence, services may include but are not limited to, bathing, cleaning, running errands, and meal preparation. The purpose of this service is primarily to ensure that the safety, independence and well-being of the individual is most important while promoting the ability to stay in one’s own or family home.
In the member's home or in the community.