Every day offers a good balance of a consistent routine and opportunities for choice and flexibility. We offer activities that center around music, movement, arts and crafts, fun and games, and practicing skills for advanced independence. We also experience opportunities for fun in our community.
Individuals who qualify for services from the Division of Developmental Disabilities- Autism, Intellectual Disabilities, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, and Epilepsy.
Every individual has the right to express their choices and participate in their preferred activities throughout the day. Every individual will also have specific goals tailored to meet their needs to become more independent.
Typically, individuals must be 18 years of age or older to be approved for the Adult Day Program service. However, some exceptions can be made for individuals who are 16 or 17 to attend the day program after a half day of high school classes, and during summer and school breaks as they transition from high school.
Safety is the top Core Value at Family Partners. Staff and Management keep safety top of mind as we plan activities and outings and set up the environment of the program. We keep a low staff-to-participant ratio of 1:4.5 or lower. Our program sites are very secure. Our vehicles are well-maintained and inspected for safety.
All Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) are required to hold a Level 1 Fingerprint Clearance Card, pass other background and reference checks, maintain CPR, First Aid, and Article 9 certifications, maintain a clean driving record, complete agency specific training, and be oriented to the needs of each individual they work with.
Family Partners participates in the quarterly Person Centered Service Plan team meetings to receive and provide feedback on the individual’s experience in our program and to determine if specific goals need to be modified.
Yes! All individuals have the opportunity to participate in regularly scheduled community outings. Some examples include going to the movies, bowling, field trips, shopping, museums, parks, and more. Individuals may also volunteer within the community. Some examples include food banks, hosting food and toy drives, and completing community service projects.