Residential Habilitatiion Services, also known as supported living, is a Medicaid reimburseable program utilized to assist adults with developmental disabilities in developing and maintaining independent living skills.  

Individuals who qualify for this program typically live in a roommate situation, independent of their parent(s) / guardian(s) and have staffing available to the participants as defined by their individual needs.  Staffing for supported living can range from 24/7 supervision to a couple of hours per day.

There are no time constraints on the length of time supported living should be provided.  For many, this is considered a "least restrictive environment" and is the most appropriate option for continual living arrangements.  Others may utilize this program to develop their independent living skills in order to move on to an independent life of their own.

Once again, the supported living arrangement is truly defined by the individual needs of the participant.

Residential Habilitation services are regulated and enforced through Idaho State Department of Health and Welfare regulatory requirements and guidance.

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Residential Habilitation Services

All individuals in supported living work on programs to develop their daily living, social, and vocational skills. Each of these programs are developed by a Person Centered Planning team consisting of family, staff, and participant' Targeted Service Coordinator (TSC), and other support systems important to the participant.

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