Residential Habilitation


Description of Service:

The Residential Habilitation defines from Ibudget handbook 2015, as a service that provides supervision and specific training activities that assist the person to acquire, maintain, or improve skills related to activities of daily living. The service focuses on personal hygiene skills, such as bathing and oral hygiene; homemaking skills such as food preparation, vacuuming, and laundry; and social and adaptive skills that enable the person to reside in the community.

This training is to be provided in accordance with a formal Implementation Plan, developed by the provider with direction from the person, and reflects the person’s goals from the current Support Plan.

Activities associated with daily living that generally take place in the community (e.g., grocery shopping, banking, or working on social and adaptive skills) are included in the scope of service.