Safe Housing for Those With Intellectual Disabilities

Residential ICF-IID

  • 1 Population served: Individuals with intellectual disabilities that have the potential to be trained to be more independent in their activities of daily living.
  • 2 Settings: We have 15-bed, 6-bed, and 5-bed residential facilities. Some of our facilities have clients that attend a day programming facility during the day that is run by Skill Creations.
  • 3 Hours of Service:Our facilities provide services 24 hours a day with awake staff members at all hours.
  • 4 Days of Service: Seven days a week.
  • 5 Frequency of Services: 365 days a year.
  • 6 Payer Sources: Services are Medicaid and may be private pay funded (at the current Medicaid daily rate).
  • 7 Fees: Daily rate is based on the current Medicaid approved rate.
  • 8 Referral Sources: Referrals are accepted from the community and MCO. Anyone can fill out an application for services which is available on the website under the SCI Divisions tab/ICF divisions/ICF Admissions. Entry/exit criteria are included in the application.
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  • 9 Specific Services Offered: Community-based residential services offered which include treatment and training based on the individual needs of the client being served. A program schedule is followed throughout the day to ensure a variety of training opportunities in all areas of daily living. Individual goals are developed for the individual client being served to assist them in being as independent as possible. Community integration is also included in services provided through appropriate outings into the community and training in-house. Transportation for these outings as well as to doctor’s appointments, etc. is provided through the use of Skill Creations’ vehicles. Staffing for these group homes is staffed by Skill Creation’s employees. Specialty services such as PT and OT are provided through individuals who are contracted with Skill Creations, based on the needs of the client.

Residential (DDA Residential):

  • 1 Population served: Adults and children with Intellectual Developmental Disabilities or impairments as determined by psychological and as approved through the MCO.
  • 2 Settings: DDA settings are operated by Skill Creations, Inc. In some situations, the homes are owned by Skill Creations. HUD also owns some of the homes. All homes are within natural community settings.
  • 3 Hours of Service: Our facilities provide services 24 hours a day with awake staff members at all hours.
  • 4 Days of Service: Seven days a week.
  • 5 Frequency of Services: 365 days a year.
  • 6 Payer Sources: Medicaid and MCO State Funding Allocations
  • 7 Fees: As approved by the MCO
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  • 8 Referral Sources: Anyone or any agency can make a referral for service by calling the appropriate regional contact. The regional contact will discuss the needs of the individual and available services within the area. If services are available in the area, a meeting will take place to discuss the needs and details of the service. The MCO does have to approve the referral for funding and prior to the start of service.
  • 9 Specific Services Offered: DDA residential services offered include treatment and training based on the individual needs of the client being served. An individualized schedule is followed throughout the day to ensure a variety of training opportunities in all areas of daily living. Individual goals are developed for the individual client being served to assist them in being as independent as possible. Community integration is also included in services provided through appropriate outings into the community and training in-house. Transportation for these outings as well as to doctor’s appointments, etc. is provided through the use of Skill Creations. Staffing for these group homes is staffed by Skill Creation’s employees.