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Supports
for a more active
independent life

Day Habilitation Program

The Day Habilitation Programs are designed to meet individual needs by offering a broad range of services from intensive therapies to participating in community activities. The Day Habilitation Programs help people achieve their goals by providing the highest quality services that builds on the strengths of the individual. Day Habilitation is a service designed for adults with disabilities that provide a combination of medical oversight, therapeutic services, life skills programs, social skills and activities of daily living skills. 

A comprehensive assessment of developmental skills that includes: self help, social, independent living, along with behavioral, occupational, physical and speech therapy assessments are completed.  An Individualized Day Habilitation Service Plan is designed to improve levels of independence through the creation of individualized goals.

Day Habilitation Programs:

  • Full Time Nursing
  • Social Skills Groups
  • Adaptive Equipment
  • Sensory Rooms
  • Cooking and Nutritional Skills
  • Transportation Services in Select Areas
  • Personal Care
  • Activities of Daily Living Services
  • Case Management
  • Exercise Group
  • Computer Skills Training
  • Participation in Community Activities

Therapeutic Services:

  • Physical Therapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Art/Music Therapy
  • Equine Therapy
  • Behavioral Therapy
  • Pet Therapy
  • Aromatherapy

Success Stories/Testimonials:

Dee attends our Davol Street Day Habilitation Program  where she receives needed therapies and supports. She also operates her own business, Designs by Dee, where in collaboration with our Employment Services, she designs and prints greeting cards and other printed materials. What makes this so extraordinary is that Dee is an individual with cerebral palsy who communicates through a special software device activated by moving her head.

Twenty years ago, Dee came to Community Connections from the Paul A. Dever State School. These institutions or state school settings offered very limited access to the outside world for people with disabilities. History for people with disabilities dramatically changed when organizations like Community Connections were founded and the majority of our state institutions were closed. For the last 25 years, Community Connections has been proud to provide the highest quality services and opportunities for people with disabilities in their communities.

 

 

 

 

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