Specialized Community Care serves individuals with a wide variety of Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities throughout Vermont. Those that partner with us benefit from the following services:
Include assessment, therapeutic, medication or medical services provided by clinical or medical staff, and are medically necessary clinical services that cannot be accessed through the Medicaid State Plan.
Community Supports assist individuals to develop skills and social connections and may include teaching and/or assistance in daily living, support to participate in community activities, and building and sustaining healthy personal, family, and community relationships.
Are time-limited, intensive, supports provided for individuals who are currently experiencing, or may be expected to experience, a psychological, behavioral, or emotional crisis.
Provide services, supports and supervision for individuals in and around their residences up to twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week (24/7). Services include the assistance and resources to improve and maintain opportunities and experiences for individuals to be as independent as possible in their home and community. Home support settings may be in the home of a shared living provider or a home that is staffed by a service provider on a full-time basis. Supports may also be provided in the person’s own home.
Assist family members and home providers/foster families to help support individuals with disabilities who live with them. Supports are provided on a short-term basis because of the absence of or need for relief of those persons normally providing the care to individuals.
Assist individuals in planning, developing, choosing, gaining access to, coordinating and monitoring the provision of needed services and supports for a specific individual.