Community-based habilitation services are provided outside of the individual’s home and focus on support learning. These services include assistance with self-care, sensory and motor development, socialization, daily living skills, communication, community living, and social skills.
- Leisure activities and community/public events
- Educational activities
- Unpaid work experience
- Maintaining contact with family and friends
- Development of self-advocacy skills and the exercise of civil rights
- Assistance with acquiring skills that enable the ability to exercise self control and responsibility over services and supports
- Assistance with the development of skills that enable the participant to be independent and productive in the community