Supported home living assists people with mental health issues or substance abusers while living in their own or family residences. It includes direct personal assistance with daily living activities, transportation, meal planning and preparation, ambulation, behavioral and psychological support. The main audience of supported home living is young adults with developmental or intellectual disabilities who need help structuring their lives.
How does it work?
Supported home living provides personal care to people with mental health issues in their own homes through care providers and professional guidance. Typically supported home living include the following services:
- Support in acquiring, retaining, and improving communication, fine and gross motor skills.
- Adaptive skills needed essential for residing in community-based settings.
- Assistance in the use of natural supports.
- Help in relationship development and social interaction.
- Assistance with meal planning and preparation.
- Personal adjustment and use of community services.
- Support in transportation
Thus, our supported home living provides with activities of daily living and functional living skills.
“People with mental illness need as much support as needed by people with physical health conditions.”
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