Facility Based Habilitation services are services provided outside of the Participant’s home in an approved facility that support learning and assistance in the areas of:

  • Self-care
  • Sensory/motor development
  • Socialization
  • Daily living skills
  • Communication
  • Community living
  • Social skills

Monitoring, training, education, demonstration, or support to assist with the acquisition and retention of skills in the following areas:

  • Leisure activities (i.e. segregated camp settings)
  • Educational activities
  • Hobbies
  • Unpaid work experiences (i.e. volunteer opportunities)
  • Maintaining contact with family and friends

Training and education in self-direction designed to help participants achieve one or more of the following outcomes:

  • Develop self-advocacy skills
  • Exercise civil rights
  • Acquire skills that enable the ability to exercise self-control and responsibility over services and supports received or needed
  • Acquire skills that enable the participant to become more independent, integrated or productive in the community

This service can be provided in a ratio from 1:1 (FHIO) to 16:1. At our Day Program Location in Northwest Indiana, we staff in ratios of 4:1.