Maintain the home in a clean, sanitary and safe environment.  It includes chores such as washing floors, windows, and walls, tacking down loose rugs and tiles, moving furniture items to provide safe access and egress in the home.  It includes general household tasks such as meal preparation, washing dishes after meals, sweeping, mopping, laundering clothes and linen belonging to consumer, and straightening participant's living environment.

Services consist of ongoing supports by a Direct Support Worker to enable participants to seek competitive employment in a variety of work settings within the community.  It includes activities needed to sustain paid work, job development, completing job applications, work placement, supervision, training, and retention.

(Effective July 1, 2006)-Provides 3 or more hours per day of integrated services on a regularly scheduled basis, for one or more days per week as specified in the Individual Service Plan (ISP) in a non-institutional, community-based or center-based setting.  The agency is responsible for developing appropriate individualized programs in communication, socialization, recreational/leisure of interest, prevocational, and train or maintain level of function in daily living activities.  Specialized therapies indicated in the Plan of Care could be integrated in this service.  Transportation, lunch, and light snacks are provided at the program site.  Persons with special diets must bring home prepared meal that is reimbursable to the primary caregiver at $3.00 per meal

Individual supports that will assist with the acquisition, retention, or improvement in skills related to living in the community.  Supports include adaptive skill development, assistance with activities of daily living, community inclusion, transportation, adult educational supports, social, recreational, and leisure skills development that assist participant to reside in an integrated community-based licensed or certified home setting appropriate to the need of the participant.