Day Habilitation
Nursing Services - This service, which is provided by a licensed nurse, includes monitoring health conditions, administering and monitoring medication, providing referrals for medical services, and training individuals, their family members, and support personnel.
Day Habilitation
Day Habilitation - This service allows individuals to participate in day habilitation for up to six hours a day, five days a week. Services include help learning, retaining, and improving self-help and socialization skills and providing the adaptive skills necessary to reside successfully in the community.
Supported Employment
Supported Employment - This service helps sustain paid employment for individuals who, because of their disability, require intensive, ongoing support to perform in a work setting. Supported employment must be provided at work sites in which persons without disabilities are also employed. Services include adaptations, supervision, and training, as related to the individual’s diagnosis.
Dental
Dental - This service pays $1,000 per individual plan of care year for emergency, preventive (including routine examinations), and therapeutic dental treatment.
Dietary
Dietary - This service, which is provided by a licensed dietician, includes face-to-face assessment, consultation, and staff training. Services include determining basic or special therapeutic nutritional needs.
Adaptive Aids
Adaptive Aids - This service provides adaptive aids that assist with mobility, assist with communication, or treat, rehabilitate, prevent, or compensate for conditions resulting in disability or loss of function.

Adaptive aids are devices, controls, or appliances that enable users to retain or to increase their abilities to perform activities of daily living or control their environment. The annual allocation is $10,000 per service plan year.
Audiology
Audiology - This service provides a licensed audiologist to assess and direct therapeutic intervention and training, as well as to consult with individuals, their family members, and service providers.
Minor Home Modifications
Minor Home Modifications - This service is used to assess the need for, arrange for, and modify or improve individuals' living quarters to allow community living and ensure safety, security, and accessibility. The lifetime maximum amount for modifications is $7,500, with an annual maintenance and repair allotment of $300 per service plan year once the lifetime limit is reached.
Occupational Therapy
Occupational Therapy - This service provides skilled treatment to help individuals achieve independent functioning in all aspects of their lives. Services include assessing needs, developing a treatment plan, determining therapeutic intervention, training, helping with adaptive aids, and consulting with the family and provider.
Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy - This service assists individuals improve their range of motion and physical functioning, as well as retain their physical conditioning. Services include assessing needs, developing a treatment plan, determining therapeutic intervention, training, helping with adaptive aids, and consulting with the family and provider.
Social Work
Social Work - This services includes assessing needs, providing direct therapeutic intervention, and training and consulting with family members and providers.
Speech / Language Pathology
Speech / Language Pathology - This service provides corrective or rehabilitative treatment for persons with speech or language disorders. Services include assessing needs, developing a treatment plan, determining therapeutic intervention, training, helping with adaptive aids, and consulting with the family and provider.
Psychology
Psychology - This service provides a licensed psychologist to perform services that are directed toward modifying and improving cognitive and affective skills. Services include counseling individuals and assessment training direct service providers or family members with regard to a specific individual treatment plan.
Residential Support
Residential Support - This service provides supervision and assistance in a group home setting from service provider staff who remain awake during normal sleeping hours. Most individuals who receive residential support services do so to address medical conditions, maladaptive behaviors, and assistance with activities of daily living.
Foster Care Services
Foster Care Services - These services are provided to individuals of all ages in a home-like environment as an alternative to living in a group home.
Supervised Living Services
Supervised Living Services - This service is for individuals who live in a group home setting. It includes habilitation, supervision, and assistance from service provider staff, if needed, during normal sleeping hours.
Supported Home Living
Supported Home Living - This service helps individuals living in their own or their families' homes learn, retain, or improve their skills related to activities of daily living. Services include teaching personal grooming and cleanliness, bed making and household chores, preparing and eating food, and the social and adaptive skills necessary to reside in their own home in the community.
Respite Care
Respite Care - This service provides temporary relief or absence of the unpaid primary caregivers. Respite services can be provided both inside and outside the home.