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What is Residential Habilitation or ResHab for those with Developmental Disabilities?

esidential habilitation is a service designed to support individuals with developmental disabilities to live as independently as possible in their own homes or in community-based settings. The focus of this service is to promote the acquisition, retention, or improvement of skills related to activities of daily living, communication, and community participation.

Residential habilitation services can vary depending on the needs of the individual and may include assistance with personal hygiene, meal preparation, medication management, transportation, and other activities of daily living. The service is provided by trained professionals who work directly with the individual to develop and implement a personalized plan of care.

The goal of residential habilitation is to promote independence and improve the quality of life for individuals with developmental disabilities, by providing the necessary support to help them achieve their personal goals and maximize their potential.

The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare oversees the provision of Residential Habilitation services and manages the application process. Once the application process is completed, Residential Habilitation Agencies such as ours are contracted to provide the services. 

Eligibility for Services: Coordinated Services of Idaho, LLC is not responsible to determine eligibility for services. Eligibility is based on criteria established by the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare and/or its designee.

To access the Waiver Application and a comprehensive guide to the application process, visit the IDHW website. Simply click on the IDHW Logo below:

If you need assistance navigating through the process, please, we are here to help, book an send us an email or click the button below for an appointment.

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