Consumer Directed Expanded In-Home Services for the Elderly (EISEP)
Offering a unique approach to non-medical support services for aging people in Washington County, individuals are able to customize the supports they need with personal assistant(s) of their choosing. CWI acts as a guide and fiscal intermediary in conjunction with Washington County Social Services. Supports can include assistance with eating, bathing, reminders to take medication, housework, laundry, shopping, errands and paying bills
Provides financial assistance for individuals with developmental disabilities in the form of a rent subsidy to enable their independent living in the community.
Designed for individuals living on their own or with family. CWI facilitates services to maximize independence with activities of daily living, community integration, development of social skills and socialization opportunities and other individualized skill building, both in their home and in the community. Each individual’s personal interests, needs and abilities are reflected in the services provided. This service is available to be self-directed for the individual and/or their family, they can select their own support staff and schedule their hours to best meet their needs.
This is a service provided to primary family caregivers living with a family member with a developmental disability. 1:1 Respite provides a break from caregiving for the family members while ensuring the individual’s needs are met, both at home and in the community. This service is available to be self-directed by the individual and/or their family.
Saturday Club (ages 21+)
An hourly respite waiver program held on Saturdays that provides recreational services to eligible individuals who reside at home with their family. The program activities are a combination of site and community based offerings. CWI’s Transit Connection provides transportation to and from the program within a designated radius.
Community Rec (ages 14 to 25)
An hourly respite waiver program providing recreational services to individuals who reside at home with their family. Activities are community-based and primarily scheduled on the weekends but occasionally weeknight activities are slated. Transportation is a component of this program.
Guiding individuals from adolescence to adulthood, CWI assists high school students with disabilities and their families to understand and explore realistic prospects for future employment, day program or residential services, vocational or volunteer training or further education. Services are contracted directly with school districts and are provided to individuals primarily in the school-based setting.