In-Home/Supportive Living Programs
The In-Home and SLP Programs offer customized levels of support to individuals within their homes. These services are provided with the goal of assisting individuals in maintaining their own levels of independence.
CAI offers In-Home supports that are designed to enable families to maintain a family member within the home. In-Home services are for adults and children with various levels of intellectual and/or other disabilities. Our staff provide individual support and coaching based on their needs. Schedules are centered around the needs of the family and the individual. In-Home services are offered through the Tidewater area and Upper Pennisula This program offers assistance in the following areas:
- Access of Community Resources
- Assistance with Activities of Daily Living
- Behavior Management
- Cooking Skills
- Community Participation
- Grocery Shopping
- Health and Safety Skill Building
- Money Management
- Literacy Skills
- Transportation to medica/clinical appointments
- Support to integrate each consumer into the normal daily rhythms & routines of life at home & in the community
CAI offers our consumers additional oversight of care under the direction of our Health Services Coordinator. The Health Services Coordinator provides on-going monitoring of consumer health care needs and a coordination of medical services. Our staff receive oversight, supervision and continued trainings to ensure the best quality of services are provided.
For Wavier-funded Services, a consumer must have a diagnosis of an intellectual disability and/or other disabilities. A psychological test is required or proof of disability. Program referrals must be 5 years of age or older.
For further information or referrals, please contact the Director of Virginia Programs at (757) 468-7000.