All staff receives specialized training according to their job requirements.
The Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional (QIDP) is responsible for the development and implementation of the individual’s program plan in accordance with applicable state and federal regulations. The QIDP coordinates all habilitation direct care services as defined by State and Federal regulations provided to individuals within the home.
Generally, services are billed through Medicaid as long as the person is eligible. We also accept private payments for those not covered by Medicaid. We also want to note that if someone has income from work earning, social security, etc. there is a requirement that a portion of those funds is used to help pay for their services.
Those at least 18 years old
Those diagnosed with an Intellectual Disability (ID), Developmental Disability (DD), or other related/qualifying conditions due to a medical condition, brain damage, a genetic condition, or psychiatric condition. (examples: autism, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, etc.)