Day Habilitation

IMG_3923IGHL’s Day Habilitation program services are delivered in a nonresidential setting at one of our numerous Day Habilitation Centers.

Based on the consumer’s skills and interests, such services provide instruction in self-help, socialization, adaptive skills and development of manual and perceptual motor skills.

Training areas include mobility training, appropriate social behaviors, communication skills, basic safety skills, housekeeping, personal/health care, and money management with an emphasis on community inclusion.

In each of IGHL’s Day Habilitation programs, participants are encouraged to develop autonomy and self sufficiency, establish relationships with people other than service providers, make a positive contribution to society, benefit from services without segregation and choose where to live, work and recreate through an individualized service plan.