The purpose of this program is to offer individuals we serve the opportunity to enjoy outdoor activities. This is a program for people with disabilities, including individuals with more involved physical disabilities who may require assistance. Watch a short video with Jim by clicking here.
IRAs (Individualized Residential Alternatives) are supervised or supportive housing opportunities certified by New York State OPWDD (Office for People With Developmental Disabilities) and available for eligible individuals with developmental disabilities.
This HCBS (Home and Community Based Service) provides primary caregivers of individuals with disabilities relief by allowing them to hire an individual of their choice to provide care in their absence. Individuals are awarded a number of hours per year. Providers become employees of Cerebral Palsy Association of The North Country. Contact Amy Dougan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (315)386-1156.
Day Habilitation (Day Hab) services are "without walls" meaning the services vary in staffing arrangements, locations and supports provided. Supports are tailored to fit an individual's needs, interests, and preferences. For more information please contact Nichole Belonge at (315)-386-1156 or by email email@example.com
Community Habilitation (Com Hab) is provided in a person's home and includes services and supports available to eligible individuals with developmental disabilities. Supports are tailored to their needs, interests and choices. Services may include, but are not limited to training or assistance in areas such as personal grooming, household chores, laundry, cooking, money management, or shopping. For more information please contact Nichole Belonge at (315)379-9667 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistive technology is a HCBS (Home and Community Based Service) that provides funding for Environmental Modification (E-mod). "E-mods" are adaptations to an individual's environment that allow for more independence or address issues related to health and safety. Some examples are ramps, lifts, bathroom and kitchen modifications, fences, and safety devices for individuals who are blind or deaf and widened doorways and hallways.