We provide highly specialized support to individuals who require complex behavioral and mental health services, and who are also in need of specialized communication interventions as a result of vision loss, hearing loss or both. In addition these individuals require Deaf/Deaf Blind Interveners who act as the individual’s eyes and ears and provide communication in American Sign Language (ASL) via traditional and/or hand-over-hand signing. Other modes of communications are used based on individual learning styles and needs; every program is matched on an individual basis. We can provide anywhere from 5 hours of day support per week to 24 hours per day.
To be eligible for The Community Support Program the individual must have Persons with Developmental Disabilities (PDD) funding.
Referrals can be made by the individual, family, health care provider, PDD or supporting community members.