Assist in developing or maintaining life skills and community integration. Day Habilitation is individually tailored supports which assist with the acquisition, retention, or improvement in skills related to living in the community.
Provides job placement, training, and follow-along support for people with intellectual disabilities and other disabilities. The individual trains for a specific job through intensive job coaching. Follow along services involves periodic meetings with the employer to discuss any concerns about the employee or need for additional training.
Durable medical equipment lending program provides donated walkers, wheelchairs, manual hospital beds, canes and commodes to those in need.
Assists and supports people who have multiple sclerosis and those who care about them adjust to life with a chronic illness by providing emotional support, current information, counseling, advocacy, education, payee services and borrowed health equipment.
A program that provides nutritious meals and snacks to children and adults receiving child care. The CACFP reimburses child care providers for serving these healthy meals and snacks to children in their care up through age 12.
Works with child care providers to increase the quality of care provided through on site consultation, technical assistance, and training. Anyone interested in opening a home based child care business can call for assistance.
Individuals attending CHOICE chose from a variety of activities throughout the day. Through the many activities planned, individuals find out more about their community and take advantage of the resources in the area. Crafts, care of the center's flowers and plants, computer skills, preparing food, and community visits are popular activities.
Community and residential support services help people learn some or all of the skills necessary to plan, shop for and prepare their own meals, do their laundry, clean their home, and enjoy community events and activities.
Provides safe and reliable transportation for children and adults with disabilities and Head Start children, bringing them to their education, job or vocational site. Transportation services are also available to the general public for a variety of purposes. The school buses seat up to 40 adults, and can transport groups of any size within Iowa.