Aveanna Intellectual & Developmental Disability Services
Aveanna provides companion and habilitation services designed to help care for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Some common conditions we work with include cerebral palsy, epilepsy, speech and language disorders, and care for those on the autism spectrum. Companion care brings non-medically trained caregivers to your home to provide health and safety, companionship, community activities, and other support for individuals. We can also arrange transportation or help with an outing or appointments for your loved one.
Habilitation services offer a higher level of care. Habilitation specialists are trained to teach life skills and individualized functional goals. Our habilitation services take into account where our clients are, and we then create a plan designed to help them live as productively, independently, and safely as possible within the community.
Highly Skilled Professionals You Can Trust
The expertly trained professionals at Aveanna have experience providing care for medically fragile children. Our programs and services have helped establish us as a leader in pediatric care. Our caregivers work in hundreds of homes across the country. As you read about our Habilitation Services and the skills we work with patients to develop, you will be able to determine if we are a good fit for your home. With 30 years of trusted care experience, Aveanna Healthcare is instrumental in stepping into the homes of patient families and walking alongside patients to improve daily living.
Skills We Help Develop Include:
Personal Care Skills like brushing teeth, dressing, etc.
Communication and Social Skills
Skills for Work or School
Asking for Help
Managing and Using Money
Some of our services include:
- Crisis Respite
- Crisis Services
- Enhanced Personal Care
- Enhanced Respite Services
- Home and Community Supports
- Behavioral Supports
- Personal-Care Services
- Supported Employment
- Developmental Therapy
- Personal Assistance
- Home Supports
- Residential Supports
How Do You Qualify for These Services?
Both companion care and habilitation services are often covered by your state’s Medicaid program. To see if you qualify, talk to your state Medicaid office. If you need help finding these services, Aveanna will be happy to guide you to the right resources based on our 30 years of care. You’re in good hands with us.Learn More about the Insurance Process