ResidentialHelping People Reach Their Full Potential
At CSS we recognize that “home” can be defined in many ways. Therefore, our residential opportunities are as diverse as the people we support. With options ranging from 24 hours, 7 days a week supervised group living situations, to smaller settings with supervision matching the capabilities of our individuals we serve.
All the supports that are provided by CSS are person centered based on the individuals needs and offer individuals to opportunity to:
- Exercise choices and options
- Enhance daily living and life skills
- Improve communication, socialization, interpersonal and educational skills
- Increase self-esteem
- Increase levels of community participation, and inclusion
Our Intermediate Care Facility for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ICF/IID) are community -based homes that are designed and functions to meet needs of individuals with developmental disabilities or related conditions who require twenty-four hour active treatment services.
The primary purpose of the facility is to provide for health and rehabilitative needs of the individuals residing at the facility in an effort to:
Maximize the individual’s independence
Maintain functioning to the maximum extent possible in the presence of degenerative conditions
All of our Intermediate Care Facilities provide continuous qualified supervision and medical care, ongoing psychological and social services and active treatment. All residential programs embrace the principles of Positive Approaches. Its purpose is to support people to grow and develop, to make their own decisions, to achieve their personal goals, to develop relationships and to enjoy life as fully participating members of the community.
CSS Currently Operates ICF/IID services in:
- Licking County
- Clark County
Our licensed homes are community-based and serve adults with varying levels and types of developmental disabilities. These homes are licensed and funded through waivers by the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities (ODODD). The additional licensure rules and guidelines these homes must follow provide extra oversight. The services provided in these settings include 24-hour staffing, meals, skill building, community inclusion, transportation, medical assistance and help in defining personal preferences.
CSS Currently Operates Licensed Homes in:
- Licking County
- Montgomery County
- Tuscarawas County
- Mahoning County
Our waiver services are all community-based funded by the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities (ODODD). These services include the Level One Waiver, Individual Options (I/O Waiver) and the Self Waiver. Our focus is on individualized support in self-care, independent living skills and basic household chores according to their level of ability. Individuals are encouraged to participate in community events, social and recreational activities in the evenings and on weekends. We provide specialized services to individuals who range in age from young adults to seniors, from the mildly to severely disabled.
CSS Currently provides waiver services in 18 Ohio counties but can provide this service state wide.
CSS provides services to adults who are diagnosed with hearing loss or deafness, in addition to other disabilities, in their own homes. In addition to providing the same services we provide to our other waiver clients, we employ an in-office certified ASL Interpreter, as well as a number of direct care staff who are fluent in American Sign Language. We employ both hearing and deaf staff, and are knowledgeable of, and sensitive to deaf culture. Our interpreter is utilized for many interpreting assignments, including: staff trainings and local office planned social activities, and is available to assist the individuals we serve with communicating effectively with any of our office staff. CSS also arranges for the individuals we serve to receive annual tax services through AARP at no cost to them and provides interpreting services during these appointments.