Rehabilitative Community Support Services

Rehabilitative Community Support Services

This program focuses on providing Rehabilitative and Community Support (RCS) Services for children with cognitive impairments and functional limitations. This comprehensive program is designed to assist children and adolescents who have significant cognitive challenges and require support to improve their functional abilities.

Goals of the service

The primary goal of the Rehabilitative Community Support Services is to enable children with cognitive impairments to achieve a better quality of life through enhanced functionality and independence. This includes improving their ability to perform daily activities, enhancing social skills, and promoting developmental growth. The program aims to provide support that is both empowering and effective, helping these children to integrate more fully into their communities and social environments.

Target Population

The program targets children and young adults under the age of twenty-one who have been diagnosed with cognitive impairments and functional limitations. This includes a wide range of cognitive challenges, from mild to severe, and the services are designed to be flexible enough to cater to this diverse group.

Method of Program Delivery

Services under Rehabilitative Community Support Services are delivered through a combination of individual and group interventions, which may take place in home or community settings. These interventions are based on evidence-based practices and are tailored to the specific needs of each child. The delivery of services often involves a team of professionals including a program manager, and Behavioral Health Professionals, who work collaboratively to provide comprehensive support.

Additional Services and Features

The program includes the involvement of trained Behavioral Health Professionals, ensuring that the interventions are of the highest quality and are based on the latest research in the field. Additionally, there is a strong emphasis on family involvement in the treatment process, recognizing the critical role families play in the child’s development and well-being.