Home and Community Support

We offer a variety of support throughout the community to assist people with intellectual disabilities to live a more independent and meaningful life.


Home and community support assists people with intellectual disabilities to acquire, maintain, and improve the skills necessary to live in their community. General areas of focus may include self-care, home management, participation in community functions, use of community resources and more.

 

Companion services are provided in a private home with the limited purpose of providing supervision or assistance to ensure a person's health and safety. Services are based on the individual’s needs and assists people in participating in a more meaningful home and community life.

 

Community Participation Support focuses on day services that are offered in a community-based approach. We develop opportunities that allow people the support they need to participate and grow within their community.

Some examples may include:

  • Coffee Clubs
  • Volunteering (SPCA, Food Bank, Church, etc.)
  • Theatre Productions
  • Educational Outings
  • Wellness Groups
  • Employment Options
  • Exercise Programs

 

Meet Nolan

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Hope's Home and Community Support helped Nolan find an opportunity to pursue his passion. Now, he gets paid to do what he loves, spending time with animals.

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Contact

Carol Drumheiser
Vice President of Operations
cdrumheiser@hopeability.org
(570) 326-3745