Home/Community Based Developmental Disabilities Programs

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Taxonomy Code: LR-3100

Programs for individuals with developmental disabilities that focus on enabling the individual to attain his or her maximum functional level and which may serve to reinforce skills or lessons taught in school, therapy or other settings. Services may be provided in the individual's home or outside the home in community-based settings.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
BROADER HORIZONSOffers a socialization group for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities that meets at the Commack site and participates in recreational activities in the local community. Referral required.SuffolkBROADER HORIZONSYAI NETWORK
CONSULTATION SERVICESProvides community outreach programs to parents/guardians, the general public and, professionals offering information about autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities. Offers workshops on a variety of topics, consultation services in area school districts, agencies, businesses and private homes, and assistance with supporting individuals with special needs.CONSULTATION SERVICESANDERSON CENTER FOR AUTISM
GROUP DAY HABILITATION SERVICESProvides adults with developmental disabilities opportunities to become involved in community activities. Individuals actively plan and implement activities focusing on personal interests. Provides services which assist with acquisition, retention or improvement in the areas of health and related activities, money management, communication, social and personal care skills and community integration.SuffolkGROUP DAY HABILITATION SERVICESUCP OF LONG ISLAND
HOME AND COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES (HCBS)Designed to help individuals recovering from mental illness and/or addiction improve their health and goals. Services provided in the home and community based settings which include habilitation, psychosocial rehabilitation, peer support services, pre-vocational employment, education support services, and family support and training. Referral required through the care coordination program. Those who do not have a Care Coordinator should contact Access to Care Program at (631)361-9020 ext. 1136SuffolkHOME AND COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES (HCBS)OPTIONS FOR COMMUNITY LIVING, INC.
PROJECT ASSISTOffers in-home and community-based independent living skills training to those with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. Referral required. Call to schedule an appointment.SuffolkPROJECT ASSISTYAI NETWORK
RESIDENTIAL SERVICESAssists men and women with intellectual and developmental disabilities live in their communities by providing residential services in 11 family-like residences with five to twelve residents. Provides long-term living arrangements that have the necessary supervision and structure including instruction in everyday tasks like doing laundry and cooking, coping with upsetting situations, conflicts with friends and family, and planning leisure time and activities. Referral required. Appointment needed.NassauRESIDENTIAL SERVICESCOMMUNITY MAINSTREAMING ASSOCIATES, INC.
SELF DIRECTION/FISCAL INTERMEDIARYOffers Nassau and Suffolk County residents with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities and their families the ability to select services and providers that are most suited to their needs. Offers self-directed community habilitation, respite and SEMPT (supported employment). Assisted by a Fiscal Intermediary and Support Broker, individuals and family members learn how to implement HCBS (Home & Community Based) waiver services establish a habilitation plan, assess needs, and budget allocated Medicaid funds.NassauSELF DIRECTION/FISCAL INTERMEDIARYCOMMUNITY MAINSTREAMING ASSOCIATES, INC.

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