There are many different services individuals in Colorado may choose from when enrolling and receiving Home and Community Based Services (HCBS). There are various Day Program options to choose from during this process. Building meaningful community connections is an important element of day programming for individuals living with disabilities. As a Program Approved Service Agency (PASA), Sample Supports has unique programming to ensure individuals build meaningful community connections within their communities.
What is Supported Community Connections?
Learning how to access the community as independently as possible is an essential part of HCBS services. Supported Community Connections Day Program services support individuals to learn how to access their community with support from trained Direct Support Professionals. Individuals accessing this day program services will be supported in building meaningful community connections, by learning about local community locations, community centers and activities. Through support received in day program, individuals are encouraged and taught how to interact with others in their community.
At Sample Supports Day Program, staff support individuals to build meaningful community connections to increase their independence and community involvement. Through teaching and coaching individuals will learn social, community access and behavioral support skills to best access their community in a safe and fun way.
What types of Community Connections:
Sample Supports offers Supported Community Connections at our Longmont, Denver, Loveland and Fort Collins locations. Community connection activities may include volunteering, recreational and learning activities. Activity planning is person centered around individuals interests and goals. Our day program staff often find fun and creative ways to build meaningful connections for all individuals!
Learn more about our Supported Community Connections Day Program here!