Would Having a Care Coordinator Help You?

  • You will benefit by obtaining care coordination if you need support and services to live safely and as independently as possible in the home of your choice.
  • Care coordinators identify and locate the wide range of supports and services available to meet your needs from within your community.
  • Care coordinators help identify funding sources to help pay for the services and supports you may need.
  • There are many supports that people with disabilities may need. Some of the most common include:
    • In-home Supports
      • Personal Care Assistance
      • Meals delivered to your home
      • Medical equipment and supplies
      • Home modifications
      • Respite for family caregivers
    • Group and Assisted Living Homes
    • Transportation
    • Adult Day Services – provides socialization and oversight in a safe environment at day service centers
    • Habilitative Services
      • Supported Living – Keep or improve self-help and social skills
      • Day Habilitation – Recreational and other activities outside the home to develop self-help and social skills
      • Supported Employment – Training, support and supervision to obtain employment and job skills
  • We can provide a free, confidential consultation to help you decide how we might best serve you.

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