Supportive Home Care
supportive home care for early years 3-13
Does your family need supportive home care for your child with disabilities?
Aptiv’s supportive home care program assists children with disabilities through tasks related to their well-being and day to day life. This is a “do for” service, meaning that the staff performs tasks the child is unable to do without assistance. This service does not require a development plan.
Supportive Home Care service options
Supportive Home Care options may include but are not limited to:
Transfer/Ambulation - ex. Movement from bed to wheelchair
Getting ready for the day
Accompanying children to community activities
Our Supportive Home Care services provide...
A range of services for participants who require assistance to meet their daily living needs, ensure adequate functioning in their home, and permit safe access to the community.
How do I get started?
We would love the opportunity to talk with you about your questions and needs.
- Contact Aptiv today for an informational, no-cost, no-obligation discussion to determine options for participation*.
- Aptiv meets with the individual and their support network to develop an individualized plan and provide services as outlined in that plan.
*If a family is eligible for funding through the state and county they will be assessed by a county social worker and can request to be referred to Aptiv for services.
funding & support resources
ESY (Extended School Year) services are required special education and related services provided beyond the limits of the school term, in accordance with the child's IEP, and at no cost to the parents. These services are necessary in order to provide a free appropriate public education (FAPE).
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