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Program areas at E John Gavras Center
Day habilitation is a medicaid waiver program operated under the auspices of opwdd. The day habilitation program provides an individualized service environment to persons who wish to acquire and maintain skills that will enable them to make rewarding connections and establish relationships within their community. Day habilitation provides community based services which assist individuals in the development of communication, basic safety, personal care, mobility, domestic living, health care, money management and social skills while building upon their strengths. The day habilitation program plan is designed specifically to meet each individual's needs, while providing meaningful and productive activities based on their valued outcomes in order to achieve and/or retain the goals they desire in life. This is a medicaid funded program operated under opwddcommunity habilitation: services help individuals with daily life activities and are usually provided within the home environment. In the individualized service plan, a person has identified meaningful outcomes that staff assists and supports the individual in attaining. This is a medicaid waiver program operated under opwdd. Program ended december 31, 2020.
Individual residential alternatives: these are residential homes where 24 hour supervision is provided to consumers. They are designed to promote independence, integrate inclusion, and allow individuals to be as productive as possible within the community. The Center's focus is on maintaining the ira as the consumer's home. Staff focuses on skill development and oversees the activities of a consumer's daily living and health needs. This program ended september 30, 2020.
Preschool: the integrated preschool program at the 182 north street site serves children from three to five years old. The upk / 3pk program works with area school districts to help provide preschool services for three and four year olds. Community preschool is available for a nominal fee for three to five year olds. The curriculum for the integrated preschool classroom is based on developmentally appropriate practices with an emphasis on child-centered activities and is aligned with the n.y.s. Standards. Classes are full day and half day and may have up to 15 students. Certified teachers teach all classes.special education itinerant teacher (seit): certified special education teachers are available to support children in community and home settings. Nys certified teachers work with children and with families to foster a better understanding of the child's strengths, needs, and learning style. Only nysed 4410 preschool in Cayuga county. Expenses do not include $85,500 of in-kind rent.