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    Programs that provide habilitation services whose goal is to help individuals with developmental disabilities who reside within the family home achieve maximum independence, integration, individualization and productivity in both home and community settings. Habilitation services include therapeutic activities, assistance, training, supervision and monitoring in the areas of self-care, sensory and motor development, interpersonal skills, communication, socialization, health care, leisure and recreation, money management, household chores and other self-help, socialization and adaptive skills necessary to reside successfully in the community.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Disease/Disability Care ServicesFamily Support Services provides respite care and community habilitation for the developmentally disabled, to provide families with a break from the continuous challenges of caring for a developmentally disabled child and to enhance a child's fundamental skills in the areas of independence, integration, individualization and productivity. SchenectadyFAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES PROGRAM FOR DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED AND THEIR FAMILIESFAMILY AND CHILD SERVICE OF SCHENECTADY
    Rehabilitation/Habilitation ServicesOffers support to people with a disability in their home to develop the skills for greater independance.UlsterAT HOME SERVICESARC OF ULSTER-GREENE
    Rehabilitation/Habilitation ServicesWildwood Programs’ In-Home Residential Habilitation provides the assistance necessary to support individuals with developmental disabilities in their homes and communities. Services are individualized, person-centered, and goal-focused.SchenectadyCOMMUNITY HABILITATION PROGRAMWILDWOOD PROGRAMS
    Rehabilitation/Habilitation ServicesIn-Home Services are supports designed to assist a person with disabilities to learn the skills and get the necessary supports to pursue personal interests and aspirations. Residential habilitation is usually provided where the individual lives in their community. WarrenIN-HOME RESIDENTIAL HABILITATION SERVICESCOMMUNITY, WORK AND INDEPENDENCE
    Rehabilitation/Habilitation ServicesThe Parent and Child Early Enrichment Program provides home-based services to families who have a child (birth to five years of age) who has been identified as having a developmental delay or who is considered "at risk" for developmental delays. Advocacy, linkage and referral and other support services are also provided for families.AlbanyPARENT AND CHILD EARLY ENRICHMENT PROGRAMTRINITY ALLIANCE OF THE CAPITAL REGION
    Rehabilitation/Habilitation ServicesSchenectady ARC direct support professionals provide participants with in-home training that is individualized to meet their specific needs. Currently, there is a waiting list to receive this service. SchenectadyRESIDENTIAL HABILITATION SERVICESNYSARC - SCHENECTADY COUNTY CHAPTER
    Residential Care ServicesResidential Support Program provides opportunities that are individualized to meet the needs and desires of the person supported and include: homes with 24-hour live-in support, supported apartments with daily or less frequent visits, homes with 24-hour medical support for persons who are frail due to age or medical condition, independent apartments with only the level of support desired, living with a family in the community and homes for children, men, women and seniors.FultonRESIDENTIAL SUPPORTS PROGRAMLEXINGTON - FULTON COUNTY CHAPTER NYSARC

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