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Community Living Supports
(CLS) is provided to individuals who reside in their own home and need training and/or assistance. Assistance is provided by a direct support professional (DSP) or Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA). Assistance can include the areas of grooming, toileting, eating, shopping, exercising, decision making, supervision of individuals taking medication, and other community activities.
Community Residential Alternative Services
(CRA) is a 24 hour residential care provider home. Which provides care, ongoing support, and supervision for individuals needing residential care. Offering safety and comfort to the individuals we serve; while also giving families the comfort of knowing their love one's are in a safe, comfortable, loving, and caring environment and receiving the on-going support in daily living needs and activities in the home and as well as in the community.
Behavior Support Management
(BSM) is an inclusive service which can be provided for individuals receiving CLS & CRA services. A team approach is used in the development of Behavior Support and Positive Behavior Support Plan (PBSP).
Community Access Individual
(CAI) is a service which is provided to the individual in the community which can take place during the day, evening, or weekends. Community activities are identified by the individual where participation and support is arranged and encouraged by our staff.
Community Access Group
(CAG) is a service which is provided to in a group setting in the community which can take place during the day, evening, or weekends. Community activities are identified and agreed upon by the group of individual's where participation and support is arranged and encouraged by our staff.
Exceptional Community Services (ECS) offers services for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families within the counties of metro-Atlanta, Gwinnett, Walton, and other surrounding Georgia areas. Services are authorized through the Division of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD). The individual's services are based on the service descriptions identified through the NOW & COMP Waivers which is provided by Medicaid. Providing individuals whom are diagnosed with developmental disabilities the opportunity to receive services within their community.