A Service Coordinator works to help you identify or develop Integrated Supports to meet your needs.  Integrated Supports include supports which are publicly or privately funded and based on eligibility; community supports that are available to anyone; relationship-based Supports; technology; and that take into account the assets and strengths of the individual and family.  Below is a list of some of the eligibility specific services a Service Coordinator may be able to link you to.

  •  Independent Living Skills Development. Services assist an individual in participating as a member of a group or individually in all aspects of a typical community setting​
  •  Personal Assistance. Services assist an individual in all aspects of daily living
  •  Community Employment. Services establish employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities in local industries
  •  Respite. Services may be provided when a primary caregiver is absent or needs short term relief
  •  Environmental Adaptations. Ramps, track systems, door alarms, hand rails, etc.
  •  Specialized Medical Equipment. Dietary supplements, incontinence supplies, etc.
  • Assistive Technology.  Low tech or High tech equipment used to increase an individual’s independence. 

Requests for funded services are based on an individual's priority of need ad the least restrictive level of care is to be considered. 

Available Services