The Center at Hampton House is proud to be an ODP Provider for various services that support individuals with disabilities who have funding through the Person/Family Directed Services, Community Living and Consolidated waivers.

Families also have the option of Private Pay for all programs.


Home and Community Habilitation Services

Home and Community Habilitation is a direct service that consists of services designed to assist individuals in acquiring, retaining, and improving the self-help, socialization, and adaptive skills necessary to reside successfully in home and community-based settings. This is a service that may be provided to people in their own home or in other residential or community settings.

The Center at Hampton House offers individual and group day habilitation programs designed to offer adults with intellectual disabilities a greater level of independent living both at home and in the community. We provide community based workshops, meaningful activities, enriching experiences and help build lasting social relationships. Our focus is on individualized plans and a life of ‘forever learning’. We utilize technology and strongly integrate the use of technology supports for independent living and work related success.

Funding is provided through the Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) Person/Family Directed Services, Community Living and Consolidated waivers. Families also have the option of private pay for all programs.


Behavioral Support and Behavioral Specialist Consultation Services

The Center at Hampton House also offers behavioral support services for adults with disabilities funded by the same Pennsylvania waivers, as well as private pay services, through our licensed Behavior Specialist.


Supported Employment Services

The Center at Hampton House provides Competitive Employment services through Supported Employment and Job Support to assist adults with intellectual disabilities find their gift and an employment opportunity.

We work individually with each client to assess interests, build a job strategy, enhance workplace ready skills, establish independence supports and increase knowledge by providing experiences with technology used in the workplace.

Funding is provided through the Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) Person/Family Directed Services, Community Living and Consolidated waivers. Families also have the option of private pay for all programs.

* These services are also provided for transition age students 14-21 through OVR *


 

Please contact us to discuss services for your loved one.  We strive to have every individual succeed.