For people with disabilities, in-home support services care can be a critical & impactful part of life. At CRi, we want you or your loved one to be able to optimize current skills & deliver the added supports necessary for each person to live as independently as possible.
In-home services are typically provided in a private residence & are supplemental to the primary care provided by the individual, caregiver, or the parents (as defined by Medicaid). We are proud to bring quality in-home care to families in our region & look forward to meeting you.
In addition to family home care, in-home support services should enable each person to improve or maintain his or her health/medical status, live at home in the community, improve abilities & living skills, & demonstrate safe, appropriate behavior to the fullest possible extent.
We are proud to deliver quality in-home support services on an individualized basis. Please note that in-home support typically lasts less than a continuous 24-hours & will be provided according to each individual plan. In-home support services are delivered primarily with a 1:1 staff to individual ratio, except when training protocols require parallel or interactive intervention.
✅ Skill-Building Support - Support related to personal care activities such as (but not limited to) toileting, bathing, grooming, dressing, eating, mobility, communication, household chores, food preparation, money management, shopping, etc.
✅ Behavior Support - Support for each person in developing the ability to replace challenging behavior with positive, accepted behavior for home & community environments. Examples include developing a circle of friends, handling & growing through social encounters, & redirecting challenging behavior.
✅ General Health Support - Support with monitoring health & physical conditions while providing support services.
✅ Personal Care & Community Support - Delivering support associated with personal care, ADLs, & use of community resources. This could include completing personal care or mealtime tasks when physically unable to do so & completing tasks such as laundry, meal preparation, using the bank, or other tasks essential to health & welfare.
✅ Safety Support - Individualized supports to help ensure each person's welfare & safety.
In-home supports are available for no-less than 4 hour time blocks, 7 days a week. For example: 7am - 11am or 4pm - 9pm. Specific timeframes/hours of service will be determined on a case by case basis.
👉🏽 Please mail all paperwork with supporting documents attached to CRi, Attn: Lisa Jackson-Wardlaw, Director of Admissions & Social Work, 14160 Newbrook Drive, Chantilly, VA 20151.
You can also contact CRi Admissions by requesting a secure email here, calling the Admissions Office at (703) 842-2312, or faxing (703) 842-2341.