Day Supports – This service supports activities in a facility-based setting separate from residential settings. ASAP’s Sunrise Day Program encourages the interactions of individuals with similar support needs while improving socialization and daily living skills. The individuals attending the Day Program have opportunities to be involved in the community and attend educational outings with their peers and staff. ASAP staff is available to provide transportation.
Community Living & Supports – This service offers individualized assistance which includes In-home skills, personal care skills, and community inclusion. Our staff supports the individual to live successfully in their own home or the home of a chosen natural support. Most importantly, this service is extremely flexible to the individual’s schedule and needs. Staff are able to provide transportation for outings, which ultimately promotes the individual to become an active member of their community.
Community Networking – This service incorporates individualized day activities in an integrated community setting with persons who are not disabled. Staff encourages the individual to participate in activities within the community to empower them to have a meaningful day. Community Networking supports attending classes of interest, promotes volunteering, and potentially could cover the cost of certain membership expenses. ASAP staff is available to provide transportation.
Supported Employment – This service is available to any individual 16 years of age or older. Individuals may initially be taught to use good manners and offer personal space and gradually progress to role-playing interviews and creating written or video resumes. The ultimate outcome of this service is to support the individual in acquiring and maintaining employment. ASAP staff will provide transportation throughout the employment process.
Residential Supports – This service promotes successful living in a group home setting. Individuals are encouraged to increase or maintain life skills and are supervised by 24 hour awake staff. ASAP currently has two adult male group homes to assist in maximizing self-sufficiency and ensuring the individual has full involvement in their community.
Respite – This service enables the individual to receive periodic support and relief from the primary care giver or natural support at his/her choice. This service can be utilized by the primary care giver for a planned trip or night out on the town. Respite hours may not be used as a regularly scheduled daily service or provided by anyone who resides in the individual’s primary place of residence.
Crisis – This service promotes the prevention of a crisis through implementation of strategies during times that may be challenging for the individual. In the event a crisis does occur, a Qualified Professional will provide appropriate interventions and stabilization for the individual experiencing a crisis in addition to the scheduled staff supporting the individual. Crisis Supports are available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
Specialized Consultative Services – ASAP partners with a behavioral healthcare provider which allows staff, family members, and other paid/unpaid caregivers to be trained and observed by licensed professionals. Some methods include behavior intervention, therapeutic recreation, and augmentative communication. All therapeutic interventions fall within the parameters of the Individual Support Plan.