IQuOLIOC provides B3 Supported Employment to assist individuals with choosing,
acquiring, and maintaining competitive employment. Supported Employment services are
provided in integrated settings where the individual works with people who do not have a
disability, or in a business owned by the individual.
B3 Respite is a support service that provides relief to the primary caregiver of
individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. Respite services may be
provided in the home or community, overnight, and in extended periods up to 10 days. The respite provider attends to the needs of the consumer including nutrition, activities of
daily living, and safety.
Individual Support is a direct one on one service. The intent of the service is to teach
and assist individuals in carrying out instrumental activities of daily living such as prepping
meals, managing medicines, grocery shopping, and managing money so they can live
independently in the community.
Community Living and Support is an individualized service that enables the Individual to live successfully in his/her own home, the home of his/her family or natural supports and be an active member of his/her community.
Supported Employment to assist individuals with choosing, acquiring and maintaining competitive employment. Supported Employment services are provided in integrated settings where the individual works with people who do not have a disability or in a business owned by the individual.
Respite services provide periodic or scheduled support and relief to the primary caregiver(s) from the responsibility and stress of caring for the individual.
Residential Supports provides individualized services and supports to enable a person to live successfully in a Group Home or Alternative Family Living (AFL) setting of their choice and be an active participant in his/her community.
Community Networking services provide individualized day activities that support the waiver beneficiary’s definition of a meaningful day in an integrated community setting, with persons who are not disabled.
Day Supports is a facility-based service that provides assistance to the individual with acquisition, retention, or improvement in socialization and daily living skills and is one option for a meaningful day.
Crisis Supports provide intervention and stabilization for individuals experiencing a crisis. Crisis Supports are for individuals who experience acute crises and who present a threat to the person’s health and safety or the health and safety of others.
The purpose of Community Transition is to provide initial set-up expenses for adults to facilitate their transition from a Developmental Center (institution), community ICF-IID Group Home, nursing facility or another licensed living arrangement (group home , foster home, Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility, alternative family living arrangement), or a family home / one person AFL(Alternative Family Living) to a living arrangement where the individual is directly responsible for his or her own living expenses.
AFL- IQuOLIOC provides services through AFL homes for people with intellectual, developmental, and behavioral challenges. The goal is to help each person achieve the highest level of independence through person-centered plans and habilitative daily living supports.
State Funded Services
Family Living-- Moderate Intensity is a 24-hour service (including room and board) which
provides professionally trained parent-substitutes who work intensively with individuals in
providing for their basic living, socialization, therapeutic, and skill-learning needs. The parent-
substitutes receive substantial training and receive close supervision and support from the area program or its contract agencies.
Personal Assistance is a support service which provides aid to a client so that the client
can engage in activities and interactions from which the client would otherwise be limited or
excluded because of his disability or disabilities.