Respite care is a service that provides supportive care and supervision to individuals under age 21 when the primary caregiver is unable to perform the duties of a caregiver. This service is generally used due to a brief planned or emergency absence, or when the primary caregiver is available, but temporarily physically unable to care for or supervise the individual for a brief period of time.
Personal supports services provide assistance and training to the individual in activities of daily living such as the areas of eating, bathing, dressing, personal hygiene, and preparation of meals.
Life Skills Development-Level 1 previously known as companion services consist of non-medical care, supervision and socialization activities provided to adults (individuals age 21 or older).
Supported Living Coach services provide training and assistance, in a variety of activities to support recipients who live in their own homes or apartments.