A better understanding of social activities
In a family environment, the interactions and open discussions play a strong role in general development. As parents ourselves, we know the importance of having an active social lifestyle.
The same rules apply to caring for an individual with special needs. They become part of the family routine and especially the latest addition to the family. As part of our growing family, we have experienced several wonderful social gatherings involving birthday parties, playing and relaxing in the pool, barbecue and just simply putting up our feet and enjoying a movie after a long day.
As part of out extended family, we want each member to feel extra special. So if taking a trip to the doctor which nobody likes, having a job to go to, or simply hanging around the house, the key is a supportive family to get you through it all. We welcome additions to our growing family, therefore we encourage you to contact us and see if we can help.
As part of the ISP (Individual Service Plan) education plays an essential role for the client. We work closely together with our client to fulfill each of their goals. This can be an extensive process but non the less a rewarding one for both parties involved. Simple daily tasks (f.e.: teeth brushing, getting dressed, making breakfast, etc.) that one might take for granted can pose a tremendous challenge for people with disabilities.
- Set the daily goal
- Encourage to master the goal
- Being supportive
- Lead by example
- Each small step is rewarding