ID Day Support Services
Your Home Away from Home
The population that we serve are adults 18 years of age and older with intellectual, developmental, behavioral and physical disabilities. We provide support and professional supervision during the day. Individuals will be provided with the opportunity to enhance their level of daily functioning and develop a sense of achievement and self-worth. Our overall goal is to assist individuals in reaching their highest level of independence by providing training of skills that emphasize normalization in the community while experiencing a better quality of life.
What Makes Us Different?
At Family Transitions, Inc. We are able to provide a truly unique experience among agencies and organizations that provide day support services. Some of the reasons for this belief that sets us apart:
The Day Support Center is modern, comfortable, and has been designed in an individual centered manner. The facility is very adaptable and easy to move throughout for our individuals to be comfortable and enjoy their experience.
Qualified and Passionate Staff
Our staff is fully trained and experienced in providing specialized support for our individuals. They are caring, compassionate, and work hard every day to enhance the lives of each individual.
The Day Support is designed to empower and support individuals to genuinely live their best life in the most least restrictive environments. We make every attempt to facilitate an environment for them that is modern, clean, and safe; in addition to providing individual person-centered supports that will provide opportunities for fun and enrichment. We also strive to provide quality staff who care about the individuals and their overall success.
• Diagnosed as functioning in the range of mild to profound intellectual disabilities
• 18 years or older
• Significant limitations in intellectual functioning and adaptive behavior
• Recipient of ID Waiver/ ID Day Support Waiver
Area of Focus
• Adult Daily Living Skills
• Community Integration
• Problem Solving
• Behavioral Adjustments
• Sensory Stimulation
• Gross/ Fine Motor Skills
• Skill Building