Our Program's services are designed to develop our consumer's skill sets so that they can learn to live independently. The focus of these services will include but are not limited to behavioral management, social skill development, and community integration.
Instruct in the importance and locations of community resources such as libraries, post offices, and banks. Assist with development of functional job skills, and job training. Develop housing search skills. Foster understanding of safety outlets including police, fire, and 911 emergency.
Support empowerment via improvement of communication skills. Develop comfort with making choices, and embracing the decision making process. Assist with confidence building. Encourage development of positive self-image.
Encourage use of proper social courtesies and etiquette. Assist with health and hygiene management. Coordinate interaction in diverse social environments.Reinforce understanding of socially acceptable verbal and nonverbal behavior.
Develop budgeting skills. Bank account record keeping and banking transaction management. Price analysis and comparison shopping skill development. Instruct in value purchasing.Basic money transaction and product purchasing skills.
Effective Utilization of Communication Skills. Practicing Conflict. Management Techniques. Assist in Dealing With Unexpected Outcomes. Developing Anger Management Tools.
The Quality Care ILS Program is a community-based program that will serve individuals with mild to moderate developmental disabilities. It is our goal to help consumers manage these disabilities in a community setting. This program seeks to provide consumers unwavering support alongside practical instruction. Quality Care ILS assists consumers in developing the necessary life skills in order to cultivate a higher level of functioning and independence. Among our points of emphasis are utilizing community resources, and practicing self advocacy concepts that will include developing problem solving and decision making skills. We look to offer our consumers some of the same experiences and life opportunities as non-disabled adults. This training will be coordinated in a variety of settings including the consumer’s place of residence, schools, in the community and natural environments. Consumers will be assisted in making appropriate choices whenever possible.
The purpose of this program is to encourage and support our consumers with the skills necessary to live independently. This program’s core value will be to always treat our consumers with dignity, respect, compassion, and integrity while assisting them with their needs. The focus will encompass Individual Service Plan goals; developing their self-advocacy, communication skills, self help skills, behavioral control, social skills, community integration skills, and good health habits. Active programming will be conducted at the consumer’s residence, or community locations.