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Program areas at Carobell Incorporated
The intermediate care facility is a licensed facility that provides care and treatment for individuals with mental retardation and certain developmental disabilities. Its primary purpose is to provide health and rehabilitation services to individuals with mental retardation or related conditions receiving care and services under the medicaid program. The program operates five six-bed and one eight-bed community residential and icf/mr facilities. It recognizes the developmental, social and behavioral needs of individuals with mental retardation that live in a residental setting by requiring each individual to receive active treatment. Active treatment means the aggressive, consistent implementation of a program of specialized and generic training, treatment, health and related services directed toward the acquisition of the behaviors necessary for an individual to function with as much self-determination and independence as possible. It includes the prevention or deceleration of regression or loss of current optimal functional status.
The adult day vocational program serves 74 participants. This service provides vocational training and development activities for adults with developmental disabilities. Each individual is assisted in attaining his or her highest potential of self sufficiency and independence. Some services offered include: training and community integration, vocational, socialization, communication and independent living skills. Other services include pre-vocational services, horticulture and woodshop skills.