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Class LTD (KS)
CLASS LTD is licensed as a community developmental disability service provider by the State of Kansas Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services.
The primary services include:
Adult Day Supports/Services:
Community Employment Services – assists each person seeking employment in choosing, obtaining, and retaining integrated employment in the community.
Organizational Employment Services – are designed to provide paid work experiences for our clients in a group setting at our service centers in the job training area. Contracts procured from local businesses and manufacturers give these opportunities to our clients and allow them to work on skill enhancement and job readiness strategies prior to community placements.
Valued Activities – This service provides a wide variety of opportunities based on the individual's identified interests and needs. These may include, but are not limited to, socialization activities, recreation, community inclusion, opportunities for volunteerism, environmental awareness/stimulation, training in following directions, adapting to work routines, carrying out assigned duties, acquiring appropriate situational attitudes and habits, adjusting to the productive and social demands of the workplace, supports for self-employment, mobility training, use of public and job-related facilities, and use of transportation opportunities.
Adult residential supports/services – provide assistance, acquisition, retention and/or improvement in skills related to activities of daily living, such as, personal grooming and cleanliness, household chores, eating and preparation of food, assistance with medications, and the social and adaptive skills necessary to enable the individual to reside in a non-institutional setting. Services may be delivered in provider-controlled housing or the individual’s own home.
In Home Supports – This service assists individuals, 18 years and older, and their families by providing in-home supports to enable the individual to remain in their family home. Families, including the person served, are the decision makers in identifying the services needed and in choosing how services will be delivered. This may involve community activities, training in daily living skills, personal care assistance, ambulating, exercise, and relief of stress often experienced by the primary caretaker.
Family/individual supports/services – provide the support for children to be involved in community activities. This includes recreation, extra-curricular school events, and other activities sponsored by community groups.
Children's Supportive Home Care – Supportive home care provides direct assistance or training in daily living skills, socialization, recreation, personal adjustment, and supervision.
Case Management- supports/services assist persons and their support networks to identify and coordinate the use of both paid services and natural supports. Supported services should be consistent with the person's capabilities and preferences, as outlined in the person's Person Centered Plan (PCP).
Transportation supports/services – provide safe, timely transportation for individuals in Cherokee, Crawford, Labette and Montgomery Counties.
Host family services – are provided under a contract to provide a home for an adult age 18 or older with a developmental or intellectual disability. Placement is expected to be long-term in nature. Persons are appropriately matched with families based on their strengths, needs, and preferences. Families are monitored and supported to maintain quality of service and satisfaction of the person. Families will be subject to certain background checks, drivers' license checks, other relevant checks, and provide proof of vehicle insurance if applicable.
Assistive technology supports/services – facilitate access to a wide array of assistive technology services, devices, and vendors by referral or provision.
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