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Adult Living Facility Services 

Aim Higher Supportive Services, Inc., will deliver superior residential services to individuals (males or females) who are diagnosed with a serious and persistent mental illness or physical disability such as limited mobility.  Aim Higher Supportive Services, Inc., will support and guide people who are disabled in a residential setting to help them improve their current knowledge, skills, and abilities. Aim Higher Supportive Services, Inc. may provide nursing home level of care to residents under certain conditions when needed, such as help with daily activities i.e. eating, walking, toileting, bathing, and dressing.  

AHSS accepts:

-adults (18 and older, males or females)

-with a diagnosis of a mental illness and/or physical disability to include but not limited to: Major Depression, Autism Disorders, Behavior/Conduct Disorders, Learning Disabled, and

-Sensory/Physical Impairments

–Ambulatory

-with Medicaid waiver, DAP funding, auxiliary grant, private funding, or self-pay.

Independent Living Services:
Aim Higher Supportive Services, Inc. will provide exceptional care for individuals in a safe, caring, and beautiful home. Our focus is on creating a supportive and nurturing environment which will enable each resident opportunities in improving their educational, social, and economic status so their daily functioning will improve.  The training will include but not limited to adult daily living skills such as budgeting, menu preparation/cooking, shopping, medication management, socialization skills, hygiene care, housekeeping, and health and safety.   The goal is to provide the individual with skills to improve their ADLs and IADLs so they can eventually become independent which may include obtaining their own housing and employment.  
 

AHSS accepts:

-adults (18 and older, males or females)

-with diagnosis of a mental illness and/or physical disability to include but not limited to: Major Depression, Autism Disorders, Behavior/Conduct Disorders, Learning Disabled, and -Sensory/Physical Impairments

–Ambulatory

-with Medicaid waiver, DAP funding, auxiliary grant, private funding, or self-pay.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

As we help others, we cannot help but help ourselves."

~ Ben Cohen

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