Supported Living Services Waiver (SLS)
Children's Extensive Support Waiver (CES)
Family Caregiver Option
State Funded Supported Living and Family Support Services (FSSP)
Steiner SILS Community Center-Day Program
Personal Care Services
Assistance with range of assistance with hygiene, bathing, eating, dressing, grooming, bowel and bladder care,
money management, and grocery shopping.
Assistance with cleaning, laundry and household care.
To promote self advocacy by instructing, providing experiences, modeling and advising.
Includes interviewing potential providers, understanding complicated health and safety issues, and
assistance in participating on private and public boards, groups and commissions.
Day Program-Facility Based Services
Steiner SILS Community Center is our new facility based day program in Sterling. Activities engage individuals in a
variety of functional activities emphasizing in skill development, and training in the areas of communication,
socialization and self-care. These services are provided in a segregated setting.
Supported Community Connections
Supports the abilities and skills necessary to enable access to typical activities and functions of
community life such as those chosen by the general population. Includes training, retirement and volunteer
activities. Services help build relationships and natural supports in their community.
Relief for a primary caregiver so they can have a break from their son or daughter.
A trained support person will assess and identify vocational interests and capabilities to prepare for
job development as well as assisting to locate a job on behalf of the individual.
Job coaching assists with activities needed to maintain paid work including supervision and training.
Supported employment services are intensive and on-going supports to perform in a regular work setting.
Job placement services can be used to purchase items needed to obtain or maintain employment
but does not include items that are the responsibility of employers under ADA.
This service is to enable the person to gain access to waiver and other community services, activities and resources.
Family Caregiver Option:
A family member can provide care to the person where the person lives. Paid family member must meet the
requirements for a qualified Family Caregiver and is employed by Steiner SILS.
The individual lives with a non-family member who provides residential services. Host Homes must meet
qualification requirements and services are provided as an Independent Contractor.
Personal Care Alternative (PCA):
The individual lives in an apartment/home setting requiring less staff than in other settings.
Steiner SILS works in partnership with the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation to assist all individuals with disabilities in finding employment.