We currently serve the Maricopa county and Pima county
Yes! We do take private pay and ESA!
A service that directs the individual’s participation in selected activities to restore, maintain or improve functional skills. Treatments aim to develop, recover, or maintain the daily living and work skills of people with a physical, mental or developmental condition. Occupational therapy interventions focus on adapting the environment, modifying the task, teaching the skills, and educating the client/family in order to increase participation in and performance of daily activities, particularly those that are meaningful to the client.
Speech and language pathology is concerned with issues surrounding human speech and language communication disorders. Providers assess speech, language, cognitive-communication, and oral/feeding/swallowing skills to identify types of communication problems and the best way to treat them. There are multiple methods of human communication using all human senses both nonverbal communication (such as facial expression, posture and gesture), and verbal communication.
This service shall train consumers and/or their caregivers in therapeutic activities and treatments designed to maintain or improve participation and independence in activities of daily living.
Habilitation Services enable people with disabilities live with greater independence through the development of new skills, behaviors and capabilities. The training focuses on areas such as socialization, communication, self-care, pre-vocational skills, leisure activities, problem solving and physical/emotional expression.
A trained Direct Support Professional offers the service. Taking into account the goals and outcomes determined by the individual or the team, the professional works one-on-one with the client. Parents and guardians can also undertake training to offer habilitation to their children.
Respite provides care-giving to individuals and is used primarily to give caregivers a break from the emotional demands of providing continuous care to someone who has a disability. This service gives the parent/guardian a break (respite) to complete tasks/errands that they are otherwise unable to complete without assistance from someone taking care of their child/individual