TASC supported community living programs offer an array of services designed to increase self-sufficiency and promote full inclusion into the community. The services encourage maximum independence for individuals who are unable to live in their own homes or apartments, yet need some assistance with daily living skills.
The type and amount of support required are individually determined for each person receiving services. Some people may need services for only a few hours each month, while others may require daily training and assistance provided by a 24 hour site.
A TASC Community Living Skills Trainer provides in-home support services including, but not limited to: medication management, transportation, meal planning, budgeting, home and community safety, use of community resources, and social interactions.
The person receiving services actively participates in the selection of services and is encouraged to strive for independence at an individual pace.