Supported LivingThe services can include assistance with locating appropriate housing; the acquisition, retention, or improvement of skills related to activities of daily living (e.g. personal hygiene and grooming); household chores; meal planning; shopping; personal finances; and the social and adaptive skills necessary to enable recipients to reside on their own.
Personal SupportsPersonal Supports are designed to encourage community integration. Personal Supports in supported living are also designed to teach the recipient about home related responsibilities. This service is provided in support of a goal included on the support plan or an identified need to support or maintain basic health and safety and is not purely divisional in nature.
Life Skills 2 (Supported Employment)Provide training and assistance to help support recipients in job development and sustaining paid employment. This service should included assisting the recipient to learn job tasks needed to be employed, and the recipient should be included in all aspects of job development, interviewing and job seeking activities.
Life Skill 1 (Companion)Activities can be volunteer activities performed by the recipient as a pre-work activity or activities that connect a recipient to the community. LS1 services are limited to the amount, scope, frequency, duration and intensity of the services described on the recipient’s Support Plan and current approved cost plan.
RespiteThis service is generally used to due a brief planned or emergency absence, or when the primary caregiver is available, but temporarily physically unable to care for or supervise the recipient for a short period of time.
Our Other Company: Bridging Mountains, LLC
Group Home Division
Residential HabilitationGenesis House for Women Journey House for Men Provide Supervision and training activities that assist the individual to acquire, maintain or improve skills related to daily living. With a focus on personal hygiene, homemaking skills that enable the individual to reside in the community.
Senior’s Home Division
All staff here at Moving Mountains have been through a level 2 background check and are trained in the following:
- Health and Safety
- Person Centered Planning
- Disaster Preparedness
- and more
Our direct service professionals have extensive backgrounds providing life skills training in health, safety, community and home to ensure each individual’s expectations of independence are met. All employees have two or more years’ experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities and we endeavor to encompass the individual and their family as a whole for a cohesive bond on their journey to independence.