Handicapped Adult Care

People that are profound to be with intellectual, as well as multiple disabilities, are considered to the most disabled people in our community. These disabilities make them unable to fit in the layouts of the society structure that means their intelligence quotient has been estimated to be under 20 and they have several limited understanding. They comprise of multiple disabilities that may include:

1) Impairments of vision
2) Hearing
3) Movements
4) Autism
5) Elipesy

Most people in this group are unable to walk unaided as well as many problems have been linked to complex help needs that required extensive assistance.

Adults with handicapped have greater difficulty communicating; they typically have limited understanding in addition to they usually express themselves through the use of nonverbal communication or jesters that make their communication more easily to understand by the caretaker or the representative of adult that is having disability issues they often show limited evidence of intention. This means adult with disabilities needs higher level of support from others with most aspects of daily living needs that comprise of help to live accordingly with society:

1) Eat
2) Wash
3) Dress
4) Use of toilet
5) To move about
6) To Participate in aspect of everyday life

Despite such impairments adult with disabilities can form can form relationships, make choices and enjoy activities. The people who love and care for them understand their mood, their personality, and their preferences that at most leads to a better care and forming strong bonding with an understanding of adult with disabilities.


Social Goals

Adults with disabilities will be included in the community

Priority Outcomes

1) Adults with disabilities acquires functional skills to enable them to be included in the community

2) Adults with disabilities are gainfully employed as well as participating in activities that provide them in engaging with the aspects of high quality of life

Strategies to Assist Handicapped Adults

1) Providing a better spectrum as well as better employment options for persons with disabilities

2) To provide options to person to serve disability to participate in the community

3) Leverage should be provided on assistive technologies to enable the person with a disability to communicate, commute, socialize and work.

4) Providing skills training and rehabilitation to maximize the functioning level of person with disabilities.

Services for people with disabilities

1) Employment Services

2) Communal Services

3) Assistive Based Technology as well as Devices and Equipment

4) Disability Determination

Communal services

These services administer several programs that support individual with significant disabilities to maximize their independence, employment and full inclusion into the society layouts.

Assistive Based Technology and Devices

It directly assists individuals that have disabilities, acquisition and or use of assistive technology device. It is generally defined as any item, piece, and equipment or product system whether acquired commercially off the shelf that is modified or customized to increase, maintain and improve functional capabilities of individual or adult with disabilities.

Available Services

In these days, many awareness has been formed through new media that has been evolved throughout as the technology has advanced.

A greater number of varied services to help people that participate in comminutes as well as lead more self-determined lives. Some of the most common services are available in most of the rehabilitation institutions that are being run privately or some hospitals also offers that are below.

Behavior Supports

Behavior supports addresses serious behavior problems for people with disabilities. By focusing on various rules and regulations that are being applied to behavior analysis as well as on positive behavior support these service provides consultation to families who support people with a range of serious to most complex behavior problems that may exhibit.

Chore Services

1) Washing Floors

2) WindowsWalls

3) Snow Removal

4) Lawn Care

5) Tracking Down

6) Lose Rugs

7) Tiles

8) Moving Heavy Items such as furniture

Companion based services

This service is based on a social supervision for impaired adults. Companions assist or supervise in activities such as hygienic activities of high living:

1) Meal preparation

2) Laundry

3) Shopping

Companions are not directly related to nursing care but they are lightly keeping a hand in housekeeping tasks that are incidental linked to the person care and supervision of the person.

Day services

Day services include daytime supervision and supports to develop to maintain:

1) Self-Helping Skills

2) Community developing Skills

3) Social Skills

4) Communication Skills

These services are generally highlighted on those who needs more supervision and supporting developing work as well as community developing skills than a person who is enrolled in Support Development Programs

Professional Parent Support

Professional Parent support facilities that are usually under 22 years of age those who prefer living in the independent state with disabilities in a private residence with family or a caregiver.

These programs allow the caregiver to give specialized care need to the growth of adult with disabilities.

Residential Habilitation Support

It helps a person to gain or maintain skills to live as fully to participate in the community that is based on their choosing. It provides a 24 hours support, supervision, training and assistance to maintain a person’s health and their safety.

Supported Employment

Supported employment programs include job development, placement, intensive on job based training as well as supervision by a job coach. It is intended for those adults that may not be able to work in a community without having some forms of support.

"Handicap Adults are the part of society they can fit as well as others and earn a respectable living.It’s your life and no matter what you want to achieve, Noble Care can offer the disability support you need, when you need it. Whether you’d like to find an activity you love, get extra help at home, or access nursing and a wide range of therapies, we’re here for you."
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