Your loved one may choose not to work or attend a post-secondary educational program, but wish to participate in community activities and develop relationships with others. Day support programs are a great option.
Day support programs are centered around skill-building activities. These skills are designed to help your loved one socialize, be part of his or her community, learn employment skills and to continue to improve self-help skills. Day support services can range from a center-based program, to the community, to a volunteer location and many other options.
Day support is paid through one of the three Developmental Disability Waivers. Some programs do accept private pay, and that cost is determined by the individual agency.
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Day support providers in the Northern Shenandoah Valley: