Therapeutic consultation provides behavioral expertise, training, and technical assistance to individuals, family members, caregivers, and service providers. Consultative services are provided by Board Certified Behavior Analysts and licensed in their state of practice.
CRi’s residential programs provide neighborhood homes with a shared living environment. Every home is located within reasonable access to shopping, recreational, social, cultural, and religious activities, health care facilities, transportation, and vocational opportunities. This provides residents an opportunity to live, shop, take public transportation, & work in the communities in which they reside.
Newbrook Day program and Newbrook Integrated Community Support program are two innovative behavioral programs providing a community-based alternative for individuals with a variety of disabilities and intensive behavioral support needs. There are two Newbrook Day programs, one in Chantilly at the HQ office, and second in Loudoun County, near the Dulles Town Center. !()
CRi offers medical supports by a Licensed Practical Nurse or Registered Nurse in Medicaid Waiver homes to prevent hospitalization or admission to a nursing facility or ICF-IID facility. Examples of skilled nursing care include intramuscular injections, insertion of Foley catheters, dressing changes, & teaching diabetes care. Continuous medical supports are considered Private Duty Nursing & are determined on an individual basis.