Day and Employment Services
Community Access Services are geared toward preparing and assisting individuals to become part of their broader community. Educational classes and individual supports are designed to teach skills in home management, communications, socialization, advocacy, rights, self preservation, and community living. Supports are also provided to help participate in leisure activities of interest. Community inclusion activities vary from participating in volunteer work, attending a local seniors’ center to maintaining health and fitness at a local gym.
Prevocational services are geared toward preparing individuals to join the work force. Supports consist of teaching skills needed to find and maintain employment.
Supported Employment Services are offered to those currently receiving this service, with the exception of mobile work crews. Mobile work crews consist of a group of individuals receiving training with direct assistance, oversight and monitoring by enAble Job Coaches while earning for work performed.
Community Living Support Services
Community Living Support Services are provided to those either living at home with their family or in the community in their own homes. In either case, the goal is to support people to live as independently as possible by providing coaching and assistance in the areas requested by the person and/or the family. Areas of training might include, but are not limited to, meal preparation, bill paying, grocery shopping, personal hygiene, and using public transportation. As with all our services, we support people to become part of their community. We recognize that community inclusion and access is especially important for those living independently.
Community Residential Alternative Services
enAble offers residential services within group homes located in typical neighborhoods. These homes consist of no more than five people living together who have similar interests and/or support needs. Trained professionals provide 24-hour support to coach and mentor in all areas of daily living activities such as personal grooming and outward appearance; health and safety; communication and socialization; and home management skills such as meal preparation.
Individuals also receive staff supervision and transportation services so that they have regular access to the life of their community and take part in social inclusion opportunities. This may include maintaining employment, attending religious services, taking a class, volunteering, participating in civic-sponsored events and dining out.