Eliot offers an array of day services programs for adults with Developmental Disabilities and Brain Injuries including:
The Day Habilitation program offers support with occupational, physical, and speech therapists; nursing; behavioral supports; medical monitoring; physical support with functional living skills; and active community involvement for adults of all ages, including those with complex needs. Activities offered include volunteer work, communication skill development, behavior management, self-advocacy, and more.
Acquired Brain Injury Day Program offers an array of services to fit the needs and interests of the persons served. Services include access to brain injury specialists; nurses; occupational, physical, and speech therapists; and behavioral supports. Program participants enjoy community activities such as volunteer work, social gatherings, daily living skill building, recreational activities, and a variety of accessible and adaptive sporting and community events.
Eliot’s Community-Based Day Services assist adults with Developmental Disabilities to develop communication, self-care, socialization, relationship-building, healthy living, and self-advocacy skills through community involvement. This is done through involvement with and contributing to the local neighborhood and spending time with others with common interests. The program also supports individuals who need support and instruction to obtain their desired job.
Eliot’s Employment Program offers opportunities for paid employment and skill development for individuals with Developmental Disabilities. Positions include clerical, mail room, janitorial, or maintenance positions at Eliot. Eliot is consistently seeking community partners to provide hands-on experience and career exploration to those served by the Employment Program. Staff members work closely with individuals to assist them in developing skills that will help them secure jobs.
Independent Support Services are geared towards reintegrating individuals with Developmental Disabilities and brain injuries to independent living through community programs. Staff members work closely with individuals to maximize their abilities with medication management; coordinating and attending medical appointments; safety skills in the home; community and work; money management skills; and accessing public benefits.