We provide support to many individuals to include complex cases such as 2:1, 24/7, medical and behavorial needs
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We develop personalized care plans for each participant, outlining their specific needs, goals, and support requirements.
The day program will provide the following: Life Skills Training: Provide training sessions to enhance daily life skills, including cooking, cleaning, personal hygiene, and financial management. Therapeutic Activities: Offer therapeutic activities such as art therapy, music therapy, and recreational activities to promote emotional expression, relaxation, and social interaction. Conduct workshops on various topics such as health and wellness, job readiness, college prep, volunteer opportunities and communication skills to empower individuals with knowledge and confidence Socialization Opportunities to reduce feelings of isolation. Counseling and Support Services: Offer individual or group counseling sessions, as well as support groups, to address mental health concerns, emotional challenges, and behavioral issues. Progress Tracking and Reporting: Regularly assess progress, document achievements Crisis Intervention: Have protocols and trained staff in place to handle crisis situations effectively, ensuring the safety and well-being of all participants. Family and Caregiver Support: Provide resources, workshops, and counseling services to support the families and caregivers of participants, promoting a holistic approach to their well-being. Community Engagement: Facilitate opportunities for participants to engage with the local community, fostering a sense of belonging and integration. Transportation Services: Offer transportation services for participants who may require assistance in commuting to and from the day program - coming soon.
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With TeamPHCA, you’ve got all the person-centered backing to receive supports when, where and how it’s best for you.
Social Skills Development: Provide training and workshops to enhance social skills, communication, and relationship-building abilities to facilitate meaningful interactions within the community. Volunteer Opportunities: Identify and connect participants with suitable volunteer opportunities in local organizations, encouraging them to contribute to community causes. Recreational Activities: Organize recreational outings, sports events, and hobby clubs to promote physical activity, teamwork, and enjoyment in a social setting. Cultural and Arts Engagement: Facilitate visits to museums, art galleries, theaters, and cultural events, fostering an appreciation for arts and heritage within the community. Life Skills Workshops: Conduct workshops on practical skills such as budgeting, public transportation usage, and grocery shopping, enabling participants to navigate daily tasks independently. Community Awareness Programs: Organize events and seminars to raise awareness about various community issues, promoting understanding and acceptance among participants and community members. Advocacy and Self-Advocacy Training: Provide training sessions to help individuals advocate for their rights, express their needs, and actively participate in decision-making processes within their communities. Job Shadowing and Career Exploration: Arrange job shadowing opportunities and career exploration programs, allowing participants to learn about different professions and industries within the community. Assistive Technology Training: Offer training on using assistive technologies that enhance communication and accessibility, enabling active participation in community activities. Community Safety Workshops: Conduct workshops on personal safety, emergency protocols, and community resources, empowering participants to navigate their community confidently. Transportation Assistance: May provide support with transportation, ensuring participants can access community events, activities, and services independently or with assistance Community Event Participation: Coordinate participation in local events, fairs, and festivals, encouraging individuals to engage with diverse community members and cultures. Progress Monitoring and Feedback: Regularly monitor participants' progress, gather feedback from participants and community members, and adjust support strategies accordingly to ensure meaningful community engagement By delivering these services, a community participation support program can help individuals build social connections, gain valuable life skills, and actively contribute to and benefit from their local community.
Let's discuss Residential/Group Home Vacancies
At the heart of everything we do, we enjoy collaborating with other providers with similar interests. We can discuss vacancies and strategies with selecting a group home.
Safe and Comfortable Living Spaces: Ensure that the group home provides safe, clean, and comfortable living spaces that meet all necessary health and safety standards. Training on Individualized Support Plans: Ensure that the group home developed an individualized care plans for your loved one, outlining their specific needs, preferences, and goals. Regularly update you and review these plans to address evolving requirements. Qualified and Compassionate Staff: Employ qualified and compassionate staff members, including caregivers, nurses, and support workers, who are trained to provide specialized care for residents with diverse needs. 24/7 Supervision and Support: Offer round-the-clock supervision and support to ensure residents' safety and provide assistance with daily activities, medications, and any emergencies. Healthcare Services: Provide access to healthcare services, including regular medical check-ups, dental care, and mental health support, ensuring residents' physical and mental well-being. Nutritious Meals: Offer well-balanced and nutritious meals tailored to residents' dietary needs, preferences, and cultural backgrounds. Accommodate special diets and food allergies as necessary. Life Skills Training: Provide training in essential life skills, including cooking, cleaning, personal hygiene, and budgeting, to enhance residents' independence and self-sufficiency. Recreational and Social Activities: Organize recreational activities, outings, and social events within and outside the group home, promoting social interaction, community engagement, and mental stimulation. Educational and Vocational Support: Assist you in pursuing educational opportunities and vocational training, enabling them to acquire new skills and explore employment options. Therapeutic Services: Arrange access to therapeutic services such as counseling, art therapy, and physical therapy to support residents' emotional, psychological, and physical well-being. Assistive Technologies: Implement assistive technologies and devices, such as mobility aids and communication devices, to enhance residents' independence and quality of life. Family Involvement: Encourage and facilitate regular communication and involvement of residents' families, keeping them informed about their loved ones' progress and well-being. Community Integration: Facilitate integration into the local community by organizing outings to community events, volunteering opportunities, and participation in local clubs or groups and/or partner with specialized providers in this area Individual and Group Counseling: Provide individual and group counseling sessions to address emotional and behavioral needs, mental health by promoting personal growth and self-confidence. Regular Assessments and Feedback: Conduct regular assessments of progress and well-being, seeking feedback from residents, their families, and staff to continuously improve the services and support provided to develop preventative measures and reduce incidents. By delivering these services, a group home can create a supportive and nurturing environment where residents can thrive, lead fulfilling lives, and participate actively in their community.
Family Members as Paid Caregivers is NOW!
Did you know if your adult loved one has a
PFDS, Community Living or Consolidated Waiver? If so, you and/or anyone you know may provide supports to your loved one. We will provide training so that you can become a DSP.
You can recommend preferred adult staff: This can be your mother, father, sister, brother, uncle, aunt, grandmother, grandfather, cousin, friend, best friend, neighbor, mentor, in-laws. They are required to follow the agency's policies and rules/regulations as they are staff, with career title of a Direct Support Professional Regular Assessments and Feedback: We will conduct regular check-ins, assessments of progress and well-being, seeking feedback from families, and staff to continuously improve the services and support provided to develop preventative measures and reduce incidents
In Home & Community
We can provide staff to support your adult loved one in the home with IADLs such as hygiene, cooking, grooming, cleaning, and community integration
Carry out activities of daily living such as personal grooming and hygiene, dressing, making meals, maintaining a clean environment. Learn and develop practices that promote good health and wellness such as nutritious meal planning, regular exercise, carrying through prescribed therapies and exercises, awareness and avoidance of risk including environmental risks, exploitation and abuse; responding to emergencies in the home and community such as fire or injury; knowing how and when to seek assistance. Manage their medical care including scheduling and attending medical appointments, filling prescriptions and self-administration of medications, and keeping health logs and records. This may also include assistance, support and guidance in the administration of medications in accordance with applicable regulatory guidance, positioning the participant, taking vital statistics, performing range of motion exercises as directed by a licensed professional, applying prescribed treatments and monitoring for seizure activity. Manage his or her mental health diagnosis and emotional wellness including selfmanagement of emotions such as disappointment, frustration, anxiety, anger, and depression; applying trauma informed care principles and practices; and accessing mental health services. This includes implementation of the Behavior Support component of the plan, the Crisis Intervention component of the plan and/or the Skill Building component of the plan which may involve collecting and recording the data necessary to evaluate progress and the need for revisions to the plan. Participate in the development and implementation of the service plan and to direct the person-centered planning process including identifying who should attend and what the desired outcomes are. Manage their home including locating a private home, arranging for utility services, paying bills, routine home maintenance, and home safety. Achieve financial stability through activities such as; managing personal resources, general banking and balancing accounts, record keeping and managing savings accounts and utilizing programs such as ABLE accounts. Communicate with providers, caregivers, family members, friends and others face-to-face and through the use of the telephone, correspondence, the internet, and social media. The service may require knowledge and use of sign language or interpretation for individuals whose primary language is not English. Develop and maintain relationships with members of the broader community (examples include but are not limited to: neighbors, coworkers, friends and family) and to manage problematic relationships. Exercise rights as a citizen and fulfill their civic responsibilities such as voting and serving on juries; attending public community meetings; to participate in community projects and events with volunteer associations and groups; to serve on public and private boards, advisory groups, and commissions, as well as develop confidence and skills to enhance their contributions to the community. Participate in preferred activities of community life such as shopping, going to restaurants, museums, movies, concerts, dances and faith-based services. Make decisions including providing guidance in identifying options/choices and evaluating options/choices against a set of personal preferences and desired outcomes. This includes assistance with identifying supports available within the community. Use a range of transportation options including buses, trains, cab services, driving, and joining carpools, etc. Develop their personal interests, such as hobbies, appreciation of music, and other experiences the participant enjoys or may wish to discover. Successfully parent their child(ren). This includes assessing parenting competency, as well as modeling and teaching parenting skills such as discipline techniques, child development, health and safety issues and decision-making skills.
Need additional supervision with our Companion supports
Companion supports are typically needed for additional supervision, overnight care and employment services.
Companion Service: While companion services are mainly used to provide supervision and assist with socialization, as an integral part of the service - companions may supervise, assist or even perform activities for the individual that include: grooming, household care, meal preparation and planning, ambulating, and medication administration in accordance with regulatory guidance
of the results say TeamPHCA has improved communication
of partners feel our ability to staff full-time cases has greatly improved
of the results say the would recommend our services
We are dedicated to staffing and ensuring program planning by completing background checks, certifying staff, and most importantly we are orienting staff on your needs before they start. TeamPHCA provides continuous support to the staff, so they don't feel alone.
We are very dedicated to ensuring that we can solve issues and concerns. We have preventative measures in place and check-ins with our staff.
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