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Residential Program

Residential Habilitation services are direct and indirect services provided to participants who live in licensed and unlicensed provider owned, rented or leased residential settings. This service is built on the principle that every participants has the capacity to engage in lifelong learning. Services consist of assistance, support and guidance (physical assistance, instruction, prompting, modeling, and reinforcement) in the general areas of self-care, health maintenance, decision making, home management, managing personal resources, communication, mobility and transportation, relationship development and socialization, personal adjustment, participating in community functions and activities and use of community resources.


The type and amount of assistance, support and guidance are informed by the assessed need for physical, psychological and emotional assistance established through the assessment and person-centered planning processes. The type and amount of assistance are delivered to enhance the autonomy of the participant, in line with his or her personal preferences and to achieve his or her desired outcomes. Residential Habilitation services are often the primary resident of the participant and as such, it is his or her home. Respect for personal routines, rhythms, rights, independence, privacy and personalization are intrinsic to the service as is access to experiences or opportunities for personal growth. 

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