Medicaid-funded assistance and skills training in self-help, independence, and community integration. For minors and adults with developmental disabilities or complex medical conditions. Programs also available for retirees.
Optimize personal and social skills
Maximize community integration
Day habilitation services are regularly scheduled but varied and individualized programs designed to optimize a person’s independence and integration in the community. These programs help minors and adults with developmental disabilities or complex medical conditions. They can also be programs for retirees. They are all designed to promote a person’s ability to live in the least restrictive environments and to minimize time living in facilities such as nursing homes. More specifically, day habilitation programs seek to help participants acquire, retain, or improve self-care, socialization, and adaptive skills.
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