- There is no financial need criterion for supported living case coordination services.
- The purpose of supported living is to assist the consumer in specific tasks at the consumer's direction. The program does not include the provision of companionship or supervision. Consumers must possess the cognitive and psychological abilities to make safe decisions on a moment to moment basis.
Other Supportive Services
A range of day programs and in-home supports are available for individuals with disabilities, such as day habilitation, adult day health care, adult foster care, assisted living, homemakers, home health aides and personal care assistance. These resources may be able to meet some of the individual's needs in order for them to begin or continue living independently in the community. For more information, contact your local Independent Living Center.
This information is provided by the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission.