Adult Services Programs
Program activities are structured in three levels to best assist individuals who have developmental disabilities, to meet individual needs and interests depending on their abilities, and allow them to lead a life of dignity and self-worth.
TIER I: CAREER FOCUSED: Minimum Supervision
Group Supported and Individual Supported Employment provide members the opportunity to work in an environment that allows for interaction in the community. In these programs, members are paid for work performed.
- Have a need or desire to work
- Have the ability to follow directions semi-independently
- Have the physical and mental stamina to complete the assigned job for the majority of the day.
TIER II: WORK FOCUSED: Increased Supervision
In this tier, members are able to gain work and social skills with a higher level of supervision.
Tier II members:
- Desire more part-time work with emphasis on social and community interaction
- Have the physical and mental stamina to complete
assigned job for a short period of time
- Requires more supervision to complete tasks
TIER III: SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY FOCUS: Maximum Supervision
Tier III concentrates more on fulfilling and creative activities with a high level of supervision.
Tier III Members:
- Desire a more social skill-building community program
- Require activities that promote emotional, intellectual and physical health and well being
- Integrate into the community
To receive funding, potential members must qualify for Title 19 Funds through the Division of
Developmental Disabilities. Members must also:
- Be 18 years of age or older
- No longer attend high school
Private pay options are also accepted.
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