Consists of identifying and responding to dangerous or threatening situations, making decisions and choices affecting the individual’s life, and initiating changes in living arrangements or life activities.
Residential habilitation services assist the individual to acquire, retain, or improve his or her ability to reside as independently as possible in the community or maintain family unity. Habilitation services include training in one (1) or more of the following areas:
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Money management consists of training or assistance in handling personal finances, making purchases, and meeting personal financial obligations.
Consist of training in accomplishing routine housekeeping tasks, meal preparation, dressing, personal hygiene, self administration of medications, and other areas of daily living including proper use of adaptive and assistive devices, appliances, as well as following home safety, first aid, and emergency procedures.
Consists of training or assistance in handling personal finances, making purchases, and meeting personal financial obligations such as establishing savings, paying utility bills, rent, creating budgets for food, household and hygiene needs.
Consists of training or assistance in participation in general community activities and establishing relationships with peers with an emphasis on connecting the participant to his community.
Consists of training or assistance aimed at enhancing movement within the person’s living arrangement, mastering the use of adaptive aids and equipment, accessing and using public transportation, independent travel, or movement within the community.
Consist of training and assistance in appropriate expressions of emotions or desires, assertiveness, acquisition of socially appropriate behaviors, or extension of therapeutic services that consist of reinforcing physical, occupational, speech, and other therapeutic programs.