The Day Habilitation Program"Provided in the Consumer's Home and Community"
The Day Habilitation Program Purpose
The Day Habilitation Program is designed to help individuals of all ages and disabilities to become as independent as possible in all areas of their life, home, and community.
What is Day Habilitation?
The Day Habilitation program is designed to help individuals achieve satisfying and rewarding connections within their communities. In addition to assisting individuals of all ages and disabilities to become as independent as possible in all areas of their lives, the Day Habilitation program supports people in living in the most integrated settings possible. Our Day Habilitation program teaches individuals a variety of valued skills for independent living and enhances quality of life through person-centered activities in their communities. Individuals in the Day Habilitation program have the opportunity to explore new areas of interest; become more involved within their communities; develop communication and interpersonal skills; and develop and pursue personal goals.
What makes our program unique?
The Day Habilitation Program at STIC is a person-centered, community-based program. Day Habilitation staff are trained to work as a team with individuals, Service Coordinators, parent/advocates and family members. Individuals learn new skills while planning life goals which allow the individual to become as independent as possible. One-on-one services are provided to individuals with an emphasis on the likes, wants, needs and dreams of each individual in the program.
Examples of activities and goals commonly worked on in the Day Habilitation Program:
Cooking/Food shopping Skills
Money Management Skill
Activities of Daily Living Skills
Basic Hygiene Skills
- Hobby and Interest Exploration
For additional information/questions, please contact:
Lucretia Hesco, Waiver Services Coordinator, email@example.com
Phone: 607-724-2111, ext. 378
Miranda Hunter, Day Habilitation Consumer Services Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 607-724-2111, ext. 332