Functional Disabilities

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    Taxonomy Code: YF-2200

    Physical, mental or developmental disabilities that pose substantial barriers to an individual's ability to maintain independent living and which place the individual at risk of institutionalization without varying degrees of community support or which may leave no other choice than institutionalization.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    ADULT HEALTH HOME CARE COORDINATIONServes individuals (age 18+) who have Medicaid and meet the criteria for Health Home services. Will assist, support and monitor with the client all major systems. Designed to promote the indivduals optimal health, reduce unnecessary emergency room visits and inpatient stays while enhancing the efficacy of all systems with whom the individual is engaged. This will include but not be limited to; living arrangement, physical and behavioral health, economics, entitlements, vocational training and social, family, self-care and legal issues.SuffolkADULT HEALTH HOME CARE COORDINATIONWELLLIFE NETWORK
    CHAPIN HOME FOR THE AGINGProvides adult day care for functionally impaired adults 40 years and over. Offers a full time nurse and nursing services, specialized medical services, information and referral, social work, recreational activities, counseling, rehabilitation, nutritional evaluation, hot meals, and personal care. Publishes brochure, calendar of events, educational material.CHAPIN HOME FOR THE AGINGCHAPIN HOME FOR THE AGING
    EAST END PREVOCATIONAL PROGRAMProvides day habilitation services to individuals ages 21 and older with moderate, severe or profound levels of intellectual developmental disabilities. Offers services within a hub site in addition to community inclusion opportunities and a prevocational program featuring paid work opportunities and non-paid vocational opportunities. Call for details.SuffolkEAST END PREVOCATIONAL PROGRAMAHRC SUFFOLK
    GROUP DAY HABILITATIONServices individuals ages 21 and over with intellectual and other developmental disabilities and provides them with the necessary supports and services to pursue personal interests, learn valuable skills and reach life goals. Satisfying and rewarding connections in the community are accessible and encourages. Clinical services are provided. These services are also offered at locations in Ronkonkoma, Shoreham, Westhampton Beach, and 2 locations in Bohemia. Call for more information.SuffolkGROUP DAY HABILITATIONAHRC SUFFOLK
    PATHWAYS-APARTMENT PROGRAMProvides program residents with skills geared towards apartment management, food preparation, budgeting and interpersonal skills for independent living. Staff-to-resident contact may take place daily.SuffolkPATHWAYS-APARTMENT PROGRAMTRANSITIONAL SERVICES OF NEW YORK FOR LONG ISLAND, INC.
    PATHWAYS-SUPERVISED PROGRAMProvides supervised living programs for 32 residents on the grounds of Pilgrim Psychiatric Center and 44 residents in four houses in the community. Vocational training, volunteer placement, employment, day treatment or continuing education are encouraged. Emphasis is on ADL and enhancing socialization skills. Specialized programs are also available for MICA, and low motivated residents.SuffolkPATHWAYS-SUPERVISED PROGRAMTRANSITIONAL SERVICES OF NEW YORK FOR LONG ISLAND, INC.
    SOCIAL ADULT DAY PROGRAMProvides a safe, caring, stimulating environment for seniors who are not as independent as they once were or who have decreased physical or mental functioning yet do not require home or day health care or residential placement. Individual may require minimal assistance with daily activities such as eating, mobility, toileting, and showering. May also need companionship and socialization. Appointment required. Transportation required.SuffolkSOCIAL ADULT DAY PROGRAMST. JOHNLAND NURSING CENTER
    SUPPORTIVE AND INTENSIVE CASE MANAGEMENTSupports persons with mental health disabilities in the process of taking control of their lives and learning to be self-sufficient. Services include helping clients with financial matters, obtaining medical care, legal services, relationships, housing choices, using public transportation, choosing day programs, etc.. The Sayville Project is sponsored by the School of Social Welfare at Stony Brook University.SuffolkSUPPORTIVE AND INTENSIVE CASE MANAGEMENTSAYVILLE PROJECT COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES PROGRAM
    THE NEW BROOKHAVEN TOWNHOUSE ASSISTED LIVING FACILITYProvides personal care services, housekeeping, case management, recreational activities, medication management, and related services in an assisted living facility. Offers services to adult dependent population with medical and/or mental health problems. Publishes brochure. Serves Nassau and Suffolk. Affiliated with MZL Home Care Services Agency.SuffolkTHE NEW BROOKHAVEN TOWNHOUSE ASSISTED LIVING FACILITYTHE NEW BROOKHAVEN TOWNHOUSE ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY
    UNITED LIFELINEOffers frail and handicapped older adults emergency response services, medical alerts as well as medication dispensers. Lifeline Central provides twenty-four hour monitoring cellular units and push button technology and the ability to communicate in over 140 languages with clients.NassauUNITED LIFELINEUNITED ADULT MINISTRIES
    VOCATIONAL PROGRAM-YAPHANKProvides evaluation and training for disabled adults (ages 16+) in the areas of kitchen services, porter/maintenance services, assembly/packaging services, warehouse training and clerical training. Also offers vocational and placement counseling, remediation services, and alcohol and drug abuse counseling.SuffolkVOCATIONAL PROGRAM-YAPHANKMARYHAVEN CENTER OF HOPE, INC.

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