· APS receives and investigates reports of abuse, neglect, self-neglect or exploitation for adults ages 18 years and older who are incapacitated and for adults age 60 and older.
· Services are offered to resolve risk to the individual both in the community and in long term care facilities.
· The Auxiliary Grant Program (AG) is a financial assistance program that provides supplemental income to low income individuals who are aged, blind, or disabled and reside in assisted living facilities (ALF) or adult foster care homes (AFCH).
· The AG payment is a money payment that is issued directly to the eligible individual.
· Supported Employment
· Assessment Services
· Job Development
· On-site Training
· Crisis Intervention and Advocacy
· Benefits to Business
Day Support Program-SkillQuest
· Center-Based Site
· Off-Site Locations
· Other Services and Activities
· Offers assistance and competency building in 24 hour supervised homes to adults with intellectual disabilities based upon their individual preferences and needs in areas such as personal safety, health care, personal care, domestic skills, etc.
· Nursing services are offered as needed.
· Opportunities for participation in preferred recreational and social community activities also provided.
· A residential service for adults with mental retardation (intellectual disability), physical disabilities and chronic medical conditions that require specialized nutrition and physical, occupational and/or speech therapy.
· Persons served receive assistance with all aspects of daily living.
· Eligibility for Medicaid is determined by local departments of social services.
· FAMIS provides health insurance to low-income children under the age of 19 who are not eligible for Medicaid and whose gross family income is less than or equal to 200% of the federal poverty level.
· Serves persons 60 years of age or older
· Individual and Group Therapy
· Medication Management
· Senior Respite Care
· Offers assistance and competency building based upon individual preferences and needs to adults with intellectual disabilities living on their own.
· Services include opportunities to develop community and domestic living skills, coordination of affordable housing options and community health care services.
· This program is available to individuals meeting financial and other criteria.
· Determination of income and liquid resources in addition to allowable deductions for shelter, medical expenses, child support, etc. are considered in identifying the amount of food stamps available to individuals and families.