Our Services

Please read below for a detailed description on some of our most utilized services to those with intellectual disabilities.

Basic Services

Consultative Assessment

Consultative Assessment is provided for the development and implementation of behavioral supports to assist individuals with their current services while ensuring their safety and the safety of others. It’s a habilitative service that needs to include habilitation programs that will increase an individual’s independence and involvement in their community. Champions has a Psych APRN who oversees our other clinicians. Collectively they train, recommend, implement, evaluate, revise, and develop positive BSPs, safety plans, and other supports. Our clinical team does multiple assessments, including often required FBAs.

Adult Day Service

Adult Day services provides day activities that are meaningful in a safe, supervised non-residential setting. This is for individuals who due to compromised health issues and significant limitations are unable to be employed or do volunteer activities. Staff will assist the individual with social and recreational activities and activities of daily living, health maintenance, and supervision.

Respite

Respite is a non-habilitative service provided to individuals unable to care for themselves as relief to their usual caregiver.

Employment Companion Services

Supported Employment-Follow Along

Supported Employment-Follow Along helps individuals maintain competitive integrated   employment. They are accompanied by a person to support, teach, monitor and assist with job duties. There is constant contact and follow up with the individuals’ employer to ensure job stabilization and connecting with the individual’s coworkers to advocate for the individual. This is a habilitative service so  it must be accompanied by Habilitative programing.

Supported Employment-Individual

Supported Employment-Individual is job coaching. One-on-one services on teaching the individual help in maintaining competitive integrated employment. The integrated community employment can also be self-employment. The job coach can work with the individual on learning work schedules/routines, working alongside coworkers, and learning how to meet job expectations. This is a habilitative service so  it must be accompanied by Habilitative programing.

Habilitative Services

Habilitative Programming

Teaching an individual how to join and participate in community groups, volunteer activities and how to get around the community.

Habilitative Community Inclusion (HCI)

Habilitative Community Inclusion teaches self-help, behavioral, socialization, and adaptive skills. Majority of HCI is done in the community in a non-residential setting. The individual decides what they want to do, how often, and where they want to go. This is a habilitative service so  it must be accompanied by

 

Habilitative Workshop

Habilitative Workshop teaches self-help, behavioral, socialization, and adaptive skills.  Services are provided at the agency, in the home of SLP, and/or a controlled non-residential setting. This service is for individuals who do not have a personal employment goal and is not seeking competitive integrated employment. This is a habilitative service so  it must be accompanied by Habilitative programing. Habilitative Workshop includes activities to increase or maintain cognitive, social, motor, and communication skills. Also assisting with activities of daily living, health maintenance, and supervision.

 

Residential Habilitative-Continuous Home

Continuous home is a Group Home where they teach individuals skills to live independently and access their community. Staff assist with health maintenance and supervision. This is a habilitative service so  it must be accompanied by Habilitative programing.

Residential Habilitative-Shared Living

Shared Living is formally known as Extended Family Home (EFH). A person and/or family teaches individuals in service the skills to live independently and access their community, assist with health maintenance and supervision. This is a habilitative service so  it must be accompanied by Habilitative programing.