Supported Living Service
Supported Living services provide individualized supports, delivered in a personalized manner, to individuals who live in homes of their choice, with whom and where they want to live, and the type of community activities in which they wish to be involved based on their personal resources.
Service assists individuals in living independently and provides opportunities to help the individual help shape the direction of their lives. Individuals can choose to live on their own or with a roommate and learn how to make everyday decisions, such as what to cook for dinner, how to manage money, and engage and participate in their community.
Supported Living services may be provided in the individual’s own house or apartment.
Service may include coordination, training, supports, and/or supervision (as indicated in the person centered plan) related to:
2. adaptive skills;
3. community engagement;
4. daily living;
5. health-related matters;
6. personal care;
7. protection and oversight;
8. social and leisure skills; and
9. transportation and travel training.