Semi-independent living services (SILS) include training and assistance to individuals in the areas of; managing money, preparing meals, shopping, personal appearance, hygiene, and other activities that are needed to maintain and improve the capacity of a person with a diagnosis of Developmental Disability (DD) to live in the community. The goal of SILS is to support individuals in ways that will enable them to achieve personally aspired outcomes to live the most independent life.

What does that mean?

We support individuals in their own home and focus on whatever they need to help build greater independence.


Residential-based habilitation serves designed to enable the person to remain in the family home and are directed towards increasing and maintaining the person’s physical, intellectual, emotional, and social functioning.

What does that mean?

We support individuals in their family home and help build skills that will build greater independence and ability to grow.