Supported Living services are usually provided at home. They help a person to gain, keep, or improve skills in a variety of areas, and are designed to promote independence as well as community integration.
The program serves eligible children and adults who live with a parent/family. It offers the family member with the disability a break from their caregiver, and the caregiver has time on their own as well.
Respite services provide temporary support and relief to caregivers and to the individual receiving services by bringing in another person as caregiver, helping to reduce overall family stress.