Community Living Options offers two programs Independent Living Skills (ILS) and Supported Living Services (SLS) to help people with developmental disabilities live independently in their own homes.
Independent Living Skills
This program offers one-on-one training between client and counselor in the skills required for daily living to allow clients to live independently and be active participants in their chosen community. Most live in apartments, either by themselves or with roommates. After a comprehensive assessment, a training plan is designed to meet the client’s specific needs.
The plan may include training in:
Supported Living Services
This program provides an array of services to clients who require a higher level of care and want facilitation, instruction, support and assistance to live in their own home. Services may include:
All counselors are required to have a college degree in a related field or extensive related experience. They must be trained in CPR and first aid.