This is an amazing opportunity for independent living for adults with developmental disabilities.
At A&R Case Management, we believe that that every individual can achieve greater independence with the right support, encouragement, and positive environment.
Our Supported Living program provides a holistic approach to healthy living for our clients. Our team puts a high emphasis on participant needs and their rights as an individual. We train team members to help assist participants in their own home to be as independent as possible and a valuable member of society. Working on self-worth through individualized care, volunteering, work, and community activities is essential to our program. We plan activities and events each month that bring purpose and meaning to our client’s lives.
Some of our monthly activities include but are not limited too; bowling at the Nampa Bowling Alley, pizza and board games every first Monday of the month, gamer night each Wednesday, monthly team barbecues, roaring springs, overnight camping trips at Celebration park and beyond, Eagle fun days, and much more. Each month we provide a monthly calendar for everyone’s convenience.
We believe that if we can keep the client safe, happy, and living a purposeful life our program will run successfully!
Supported living can help developmentally disabled adults gain the independence they desire and deserve by:
Adult day health provides structured and supervised activities for developmentally disabled adults outside of their homes, with a focus on developing daily living skills and appropriate social interaction. Adult day health allows adults to participates in fun activities with their peers in a safe, supervised environment that includes:
Developmental therapy is therapy provided with the goal of helping the consumer reach the highest level of functioning in any of the following areas of development:
Developmental therapy is provided by highly trained individuals who have been vigorously screened and background-checked. A & R Case Management has a fully equipped developmental center with all the tools and supplies needed for a successful therapy session!
A service coordinator is a highly trained professional who acts as a liaison between you, the consumer, and the points of contact necessary to obtain the services you are eligible for. A service coordinator is your own personal advocate to ensure that your needs are adequately met.
Together with your service coordinator, a Individualized Support Plan will be developed. Your service coordinator will assist in gathering and submitting all required paperwork to the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, in order to obtain and maintain eligibility for the services that are necessary to help you reach your greatest potential!
The types of services our service coordinators can help you gain access to includes:
Service coordination is available for adults with developmental disabilities with a Medicaid Card in Regions 3 and 4.