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Personal Assistance – Traditional

Traditional personal assistance services are designed to provide an extra set of hands to those who care for individuals with developmental disabilities.

Our traditional personal assistance staff can support the individual in a home environment, with daily living activities and hygiene habits. They promote socialization by playing games or talking about daily experiences, and they encourage independence by prompting the individual to complete homework or household chores. Services can also be provided in the community to meet the unique needs of the individual. This could include activities like walking to a nearby park, navigating public transportation to a grocery store or laundromat, or navigating a college campus.

Traditional personal assistance services can only be provided for the individual authorized for care. Services can be provided in the home or in the community, however, it’s important to note that our staff cannot provide transportation. Sessions may be as short in duration as 2 hours, or support may be provided 24/7 depending on the needs of the individual. Prior to initiating care, a supervisor conducts an initial appointment to understand the specific needs of the individual and family, and identifies personal assistance providers who are a good match.

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