Family Support Services
Offering customized solutions, these services can help families access funding for services, supplies or equipment and respite for a loved one with a developmental disability. In-Home Behavioral Supports are available with trained clinicians to address behavioral difficulties and support the family in the home.
Provides families with financial assistance for requested goods and services for a family member living in the home that has a developmental disability. Funding is available for appropriate purchases such as transportation related expenses, specialized training, camp or club fees, adaptive equipment and non-funded medical expenses, to name a few. CWI’s Family Empowerment Committee, comprised of family members and CWI staff, makes the final determination on awards.
In-Home Behavioral Supports
Provides professional assistance to families who have a loved one with a developmental disability, living at home with them, with managing behaviors in the home and community. Trained clinicians work with the family and individual to develop a plan and then learn to implement it successfully. The overall goal of this service is to increase home life satisfaction, interactions, self-esteem, community acceptance and skills that can be generalized to other setting.