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- HCS Services 

Below is a brief description of all the available HCS services which Champion Services provides, as needed, for each individual.

  • Group Homes- A group home is a three or four person home in the community designed to provide 24 hour supervised care, training, support and community integration.
  • Foster/ Companion Care- This service is comprehensive and is provided by an individual or family. Support includes assistance with activities of daily living and is designed to promote independence and community integration.
  • Supported Home Living- This service provides individualized supports to those who live in the home of their choice. This service provides support to promote independent living tasks, participate in community activities, and develop, retain and improve community living skills.
  • Respite- Respite is a service designed to give the primary caregiver(s) a break from their care-giving duties. Respite is short term care provided to an individual in their home or outside their home.
  • Day-Habilitation- The day habilitation service component is the provision of assistance to an individual that is necessary for the individual to acquire skills to reside, integrate and participate successfully in the community.
  • Supported Employment- Supported employment is the provision of support needed by an individual to sustain paid employment.
  • Adaptive Aids- An Adaptive Aid is an item or service that enables an individual to retain or increase the ability to perform their activities of daily living or to control their environment.
  • Minor Home Modification- A minor home modification is a physical adaptation to an individual's residence that is necessary to address the individual's specific needs and that enables the individual to function with greater independence in the individual's residence or to control his or her environment.
  • Social Work- Social work is a service provided to an individual to promote quality of life and assist in the development of the full potential of an individual.
  • Nursing- The nursing service component is the provision of professional nursing that is provided to an individual with a medical need.
  • Dietary- People of all ages can benefit from healthy eating, being physically active and making healthy lifestyle choices. Dietary Services may be accessed to assist an individual with learning how to make healthier choices.
  • Behavioral Supports- Behavioral Supports can be utilized in numerous practical ways to positively influence how one interacts and adapts to various environments at home, in school, out in the community, while at play, in organizations, at work, in personal relationships, etc.
  • Speech Therapy- Speech is a service available to individuals with communication disorders. Communications skills can be enhanced through Speech Services.
  • Occupational Therapy- The primary goal of occupational therapy is to enable people to participate in the activities of everyday life. Occupational therapists achieve this outcome by enabling people to do things that will enhance their ability to participate or by modifying the environment to better support participation.
  • Physical Therapy- Physical Therapy is the art and science of physical care and rehabilitation. Physical Therapists provide services to individuals to help develop, to maintain or to restore maximum movement and functional ability.
  • Dental- The dental treatment service component includes emergency dental treatment, preventive dental treatment, therapeutic dental treatment and orthodontic dental treatment.
  • Audiology- Audiology services aim to determine whether someone can hear within the normal range, and if not, which portions of hearing are affected and to what degree. If an audiologist determines that a hearing loss is present, he or she will provide recommendations to a patient as to what options may be of assistance.