Facility Based Habilitation services are services provided outside of the Participant’s home in an approved facility that support learning and assistance in the areas of: self-care, sensory/motor development, socialization, daily living skills, communication, community living, and social skills.
Monitoring, training, education, demonstration, or support to assist with the acquisition and retention of skills in the following areas:
- Leisure activities (i.e. segregated camp settings)
- Educational activities
- Unpaid work experiences (i.e. volunteer opportunities)
- Maintaining contact with family and friends
Training and education in self-direction designed to help participants achieve one or more of the following outcomes:
- Develop self-advocacy skills
- Exercise civil rights
- Acquire skills that enable the ability to exercise self-control and responsibility over services and supports received or needed
- Acquire skills that enable the participant to become more independent, integrated or productive in the community
This service can be provided in a ratio from 1:1 (FHIO) to 16:1. At our Day Program Location in Northwest Indiana, we staff in ratios of 4:1.