Supports & Services Provided:
The Arc promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and actively supports their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes.
In-Home and Community Supports
In Home and Community Supports offers one-on-one assistance to daily living. Our employees work with the people served on defined goals meant to build and maintain independence.
The following living skills for independence includes:
Companion Services build a relationship with people served through activities in their own home and in the community. These activities promote community inclusion and integration. Support workers and the person served enjoy their time together. This service is meant to ensure the health and safety of the person while in the community or in the person's home.
The Arc’s Respite Service provides quality care for the person served while giving family members short term relief from their day-to-day care giving routines. On a per-arranged basis, Support workers come to the home and care for the person or take them out in the community.