Special Needs Programs 

Ability is here for you during covid-19

COVID-19 has brought a lot of hardships to our community, and Ability is here to help! We are offering in-home DTA and HCBS services to DDD members! To limit exposure, we have sent one provider into the home with materials to ensure members stay busy during this time! In addition to fun activities, members are working on their DTA goals as well as vocational skills with their providers! HCBS services are still being provided as usual (see below for more information).

Please call 928-515-2370 ext. 2 for more information!

Ability member smiling in a wheelchair with staff member

HOME AND COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES

HCBS services are designed to assist Ability members in acquiring, retaining and improving the self-help, socialization and adaptive skills necessary to reside successfully in home and community-based setting. The services include the provision of training in independent living skills or special developmental skills, orientation and mobility training, sensory-motor development, habilitation, and behavioral management.

Habilitation services are designed to assist Ability members in acquiring, retaining and improving the self help, socialization and adaptive skills necessary to reside successfully in home and community based settings. These services include the provision of training in independent living skills or special developmental skills, orientation and mobility training, sensory-motor development, and behavioral management.

Attendant Care services provide a qualified individual to supply needed services in order for a member to remain in the member’s home and/or participate in work and community activities. These services include, but are not limited to: meal-prep and clean-up, eating and assistance with eating, bathing, dressing and grooming, toileting, mobility, transferring, housekeeping/homemaker and cleaning, laundry, shopping, etc.

Respite is a service that provides short-term care and supervision consistent with the needs of the person to supplement care to provide a safe living environment and/or to support or relieve caregivers for the benefit of the person.

We'd love to hear from you.

928-515-2370

If you would like to see if Ability has a program for someone you care for, please call to schedule a visit of our facility, and meet our staff.