Residential & Home
CPC professionals work tirelessly to provide care and guidance to those who depend on us. We do so by focusing on the individual’s unique needs and desires, which are often overlooked in most cases. We work directly with family members, legal guardians and/or state and area agencies to identify the type of living arrangements that would best meet the personal needs of each consumer. CPC provides a variety of residential models that include:
Home -2- Stay support services, is one of our several programs that provide self directed home based support services. The program provide comprehensive home-based services whose main objective is to allow individuals to continue living in their homes, to assist individuals maintain their independence, offer respite to family/care givers and minimize hospitalization.
Our staffs are highly trained to assist in the day to day activities of our clients. They arrange coordination of care with the discharge planners in hospitals and rehabilitation centers to facilitate the return of residents to their home. All services are supervised and coordinated by a Registered Nurse. With the direction of your physician, our professional staffs will work closely with you and your family to provide the care and education necessary for optimum health outcome.
Our Home -2- Stay Professionals team (Registered Nurse, Certified Home Health Aides and Personal Caregivers) monitor services closely and communicates with family and or responsible parties. Help is available 24hours, 7days a week.
Student Disabilities & Career Development
Compared to their non-disabled peers, students with disabilities are more likely to experience unemployment or underemployment, lower pay, and job dissatisfaction (Dunn, 1996). Many students with disabilities, as well as those with chronic achievement problems, often drop out of high school before graduating, leaving them even more unprepared for, and less likely to obtain, a job.
CPC believe that the core elements of work-force preparation for students with disabilities are the same as those for nondisabled peers: awareness of interests and aptitudes, exposure to career options, and assessing and building skills; however, they require more extensive and individualized support from school personnel and other adults.
Preparing students with disabilities for the workforce requires a comprehensive trans-disciplinary vocational assessment and a special focus on post-school planning.
Key to Successful Post-school Transitions
A major ingredient of a successful school- to- work transition program is a comprehensive, trans-disciplinary vocational assessment that integrates.
The goal of the vocational assessment is to facilitate educational and vocational planning that will allow a student to make a successful adjustment to work, postsecondary education, and community living.
Comprehensive Vocational Assessment
The assessment must address the following areas and skills like, academic, daily living, Personal and social, Occupational and social skills and Career maturity.
Consumers are trained in the following areas:
CPC works in collaboration with area service agencies, NHVR, local businesses and family members/guardians to determine and provide individualized support that will most benefit each of our consumers.