Our services are planned to meet each individual’s needs, stimulate intellectual skills, and encourage socialization. We are committed to helping each client grow and reach their individual level of success.
Our Day Support Program works towards the acquisition, retention or improvement of self-help, socialization, and adaptive skills. This program is furnished in a non-residential setting. It focuses on enabling the participant to attain or maintain their maximum functioning level.
Our staff works collaboratively with the physical, occupational, or speech therapists listed in the Individual Support Plan. Case management and transportation may be included as a part of this service. We provide services to participants in the Innovations Waiver program as well
Residential Support Services are provided to individuals in a residential setting. It consists of an array of training activities, assistance, and supervision. This program is focused on allowing the participant to improve his or her ability to reside in a community as independently as possible.
We are pleased to announce our Community Respite program. Through this program, we will be able to provide a safe place for the participants on a short-term basis. Caregivers can be confident that their loved ones are receiving the kind of care, compassion, and attention they would have at home.
This program provides a positive experience for the participants while they are apart from their primary caregivers.
Rae’s Playze also offer daily services to our veterans who served for any length of time in any military service branch (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines). An uncharacterized discharge may also qualify the veteran for adult day services; but it is up to the VA and is handled on a case-by-case basis. The services we provide are: Breakfast (until 9a.m.) lunch and snack, personal assistance with daily living skills, devotion, activities, field trips, other crafts, per the individual needs and transportation.
Community Networks is a way to bridge the connectivity gap. Community networks happens when people come together to build and maintain the necessary infrastructure for Internet connection and allows different individuals to communicate with one another through a web of relationships which may lead to good relationships with new people who can help and encourage the IDD.
is a unique employment service for individuals with experiences of any disability or mental illness, employment can be crucial to recovery and wellness who requires ongoing support services to succeed in competitive employment. Work brings with it the universal feelings of hope, self-determination, self-respect, social connections, and personal empowerment it takes a person-centered, individualized approach.
Job seekers receive support tailored to their specific skills and career goals, employers are supported with advice and resources to help meet their unique labor needs.
termed as Psychiatric rehabilitation or PSR) promotes personal recovery, successful community integration and satisfactory quality of life for person who have a mental illness or mental health concern. Psychosocial Rehabilitation services and support are collaborative, person directed, and individualized, and an essential element of the human service spectrum. They focus on helping individuals develop skills and access resources needed to increase their capacity to be successful and satisfied in the living, working, learning, and social environments of their choice and include a wide continuum of services and supports.
Community Living and Support is an individualized or group service that enables the waiver member to live successfully in their own home, the home of their family or natural support and be an active member of their community. A paraprofessional assists the beneficiary to learn new skills and/or supports the beneficiary in activities that are individualized and aligned with the members preferences. The intended outcome of the service is to increase or maintain the members life skills or provide the supervision needed to empower the member to live in the home when their family or natural supports or in their private primary residency, maximize his or her self-sufficiency, increase self- determination and enhance the members opportunity to have full membership in his/her community. Community Living and Support enables the beneficiary to learn new skills, practice and/or improve existing skills.
Community Living and Support provides supervision and assistance for the member to complete an activity to his/her level of independence. Areas of support consist of assistance in monitoring a health condition, nutrition or physical condition, incidental supervision, daily living skills, community participation, and interpersonal skills.
For school-aged or younger children, Developmental Day is a service which provides members habilitative programming in a center. It is designed to meet the developmental needs of the child in an inclusive setting to promote skill acquisition in areas such as self-help, fine and gross motor skills, language and communication, cognitive and social skills to facilitate their functioning in a less restrictive environment. For individuals who are eligible for educational services under the Individuals with Disability Educational Act.
Long Term Community Supports (LTCS) consists of a broad range of services for members with developmental disabilities who, through the person-centered plan (PCP) process, choose to access active treatment to assist them with skills to live as independently as possible in the community. LTCS is an innovative, community-based, comprehensive service for adults with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (I/DD). LTCS is an alternative definition in lieu of ICF-IID.
Our activities are planned to meet each individual’s needs, stimulate intellectual skills, and encourage socialization. We are committed to helping each client grow and reach their individual level of success.