We offer supported employment as several community locations.
Project SEARCH is located at The University of Arizona Medical Center – University Campus. To date, the program has 13 different internship rotations where interns gain invaluable hands-on experience that helps them build their skill sit and resume.
- Attendant Care: Individuals living independently in their own home or with their family/caregiver may need Attendant Care services to help meet essential personal and physical care needs, as well as basic home management requirements.
- Alternative Day Supports: We emphasize the development opportunities for community inclusion, increasing independent living skills and developing natural supports and friendships.
- Community Day Programs: We accommodate individual needs and offer support with personal care needs. On-site activities offer a strong emphasis on teaching independent living skills, implementing therapy recommendations, and computer training.
- Respite: We provide respite services that may include proving non-medical health care, assisting with meal preparation and eating community integration and involvement, leisure, play, and other recreational activities. We encourage independence by providing opportunities for individuals to make choices with regard to his or her daily activities.
We provide supports so individuals can live independently in their own homes. Our services address the individual desires, goals, strengths, abilities, needs, health, safety, and life span issues of each individual. They deal with all aspects of their lives, including personal living skills, personal care, transportation health, community, involvement, friendship, and family. Support schedules are based on individual need.