Individualized Home Supports
Individualized home supports: Services providing support and training in community living service categories for a person who lives in his/her own home. Individualized home supports can be provided in the person’s own home or in public community settings and either in person or remotely.
Support for individualized home supports: A staff member providing direct supervision, cueing, maintenance, guidance, instruction, incidental assistance with activities of daily living or assistance with coordination of community living activities.
Training for individualized home supports: Instructional services through which a person receives direct training from a staff member on community living skills identified in a person’s assessment (e.g., MnCHOICES, long-term care consultation [LTCC]). Training includes skill building to acquire, retain and improve the person’s experience living in the community.
Community living service categories: Broad service categories for providing support and training to help a person to live independently in his/her community. The community living service categories are:
• Community participation
• Health, safety and wellness
• Household management
• Adaptive skills.