Home Supports

Adult Home Supports Services offers 4 different living support programs of service to Adults living with Intellectual Disabilities. These programs provide qualified staff members offering treatment planning, assistance and support for community access, activities of daily living, and skill acquisition. Home support staff meet clients -- literally -- where they live. It allows individuals to feel at ease expressing their hopes and dreams. It allows us to teach essential life skills so individuals may achieve the highest levels of independence.

Adult In-Home Supports

Adult In-Home Supports: (Sect. 21, Home and Community Benefits for Members w/ Intellectual Disabilities or Autistic Disorder).  In-Home Support is a service specifically designed to aid in skill acquisition and skill maintenance.  The goal is to help people become as independent as possible and strive to keep people as independent as possible.  In Home support is provided to eligible individuals who live within their family home...

Community (Independent) Living

Community (Independent) Living provides home supports to adults who reside in their own homes or apartments, so they may live a safe, healthy and happy life in their chosen community.  The program emphasizes habilative skill -based training and acquisition.  Services  include support around learning, maintaining and...

Shared Living

Shared Living (SLO Section 21) provides an alternative for those who may not prefer a group home setting yet are unable to live independently.  This program is a less intensive alternative to a 24-hour residential care facility. In the Shared Living Model, a community member/ host opens their home to a person with a Developmental Disability.  The Community Member becomes a Shared Living provider...

Residential (Group Homes)

Residential A Group Home is more than a place to live. Independence Association group homes have supportive and dedicated staff to assist with daily living needs and more. We help to facilitate each individual's needs while affording them opportunities to utilize community resources...