About Transitions Inc.
Transitions provides a great number of varied services intended to help people with disabilities participate more fully in their communities and lead more self-determined lives. A center for people with disabilities, its mission is to make it possible to enable everyone they work with to be competent, caring, contributing members of society who exhibit the highest level of independence possible through our support and nurturing.
- Day Services
- Day services include daytime supervision and support to develop and maintain self-help skills, community living skills, social skills, and communication skills. These services are intended for those who need more supervision and support developing work and community living skills.
- Environmental Adaptations
- Environmental Adaptation services allow families to make physical adaptations to their home as need to ensure the health and welfare of the individual, or enable the individual to function with greater independence in the home.
- Respite Care
- Respite care is care provided by a trained person that temporarily relieves parents or caregivers from the day-to-day care they provide to the individual with disabilities. It can be provided in the family’s home, in the home of the respite provider or in a specialized facility, depending on the needs and preferences of the family or individual.
- Behavior Supports
- Behavior supports address serious behavior problems for people with disabilities. By focusing on sound principles of applied behavior analysis and on positive e behavior supports, these services provide personalized behavior consultation to families and staff who support staff who support people with a range of serious to the most complex behavior problems that a person may exhibit.
- Companion Services
- This is a non-medical care, supervision, and socialization service for functionally impaired adults. Companions assist or supervise such tasks as meal preparation, laundry, and shopping, but not perform these services as discrete services.
- Chore Services
- Chore services help maintain a clean, sanitary, and safe living environment for persons with disabilities who are unable to complete chore activities on their own. This includes heavy household chores such as washing floors, windows, and walls; snow removal, lawn care, tacking down loose rugs and tiles; and moving heavy items of furniture in order to provide a safe living environment.
- Supported Employment
- Supported Employment includes job development, placement, intensive on-the-job training, and supervision by a job coach. It is intended for those people who may not be able to work in the community without some form of support, but does not rise to the same level of supervision as Day Services.
- Supported Living
- Supported living provides support, supervision, socialization, personal care, training and assistance in order to help people live as independently as possible. This service is often for those who live alone in their own homes, with roommates, or a spouse and includes help with various activities of daily living necessary for an individual to maintain a self-directed life within the community.
- Transportation Services
- Transitions provides a number of transportation options to help a person gain access to waiver and other community services, activities and resources.
- Support Coordination
- Support Coordination Services are provided by Support Cooordinators who monitor health and safety of persons in the Home and Community-Based Services(HCBS) Waiver of Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Waiver in accordance with program requirements and the person’s assessed service needs. Support Coordinators also inform persons of available services, help select providers that offer those services, assist persons in obtaining the services they select, and monitor the delivery of quality waiver services. A person may choose a Support Coordinator who is an employee of DSPD or a private contractor. Choosing either type of Support Coordinator does not affect the services available to the person.
PO BOX 678
400 N 50 E
Montezuma Creek, UT. 8534
Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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