Our Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professionals (QIDP) or Service Facilitators consider the needs and desires of each child and adult as they develop, monitor, and advocate for the appropriate individualized habilitation plans. Habilitation is the process of supplying an individual with the means to develop maximum independence in activities of daily living through training or treatment.
Habilitation plans are important tools for assisting individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities in reaching and maintaining their maximum potential.
Our Service Facilitators develop a plan to take into account all areas of adaptive behavior that are appropriate for the age, communication and learning style, and skill level of the individual including:
Our QIDPs also are responsible for ensuring the rights of the individuals receiving services are not being violated. We also complete all necessary paperwork including, but not limited to, Individual Service Plans and ICAP evaluations.