Home and Community Habilitation:
This service provides opportunities for care recipients to live more successfully in the home and community in which they reside. OAHC will help individuals acquire, maintain, and improve self-help, domestic, and personal interaction skills.
Through home and community habilitation, care recipients can live more independently and be more productive and participatory in community life. This is achieved by a series of short and long term goals, coupled with attending community events.
Care recipients living in private residences can receive companion services. Providing companionship caninclude, but is not limited to, supervision, necessary care, and minimal assistance that focuses on the individual’s health and welfare.
Companions may supervise and facilitate daily living activities, including grooming, health care, household care, socialization, and meal preparation/planning.
For many, the challenges of caring for a loved one are part of daily life. However, caring for a loved one, as many people know, can often times be a demanding, difficult, and at times stressful situation. A reprieve is essential for the caregiver and ensures that the care recipient receives the best care possible.
Respite care provides short term breaks that relieve stress, restore energy, and promote balance. For your convenience, we provide in-home and out-of-home respite services.
Chore services enable care recipients, family members or friends with whom the individual resides, to maintain their private residence (eg. mowing grass, salting a driveway).