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Adaptive aids consist of the following services, including repair and maintenance not covered by the warranty: the full range of lifts, mobility aids, control switches/pneumatic switches and devices, environmental control units, medically necessary supplies, and communication aids.
COUNSELING & THERAPY
Components of counseling and therapy include:
Day habilitation includes:
MINOR HOME MODIFICATIONS
The following are the three types of residential assistance that can be provided:
1. Supported Home Living – provided to individuals residing in their own residence or the residence of their natural or adoptive family; or to individuals receiving foster care services from the Teas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services.
2. MRLA Foster/Companion Care – provided in a private residence by a foster or companion care provider who lives in the residence and who is not providing these services pursuant to a contract with Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services.
3. Supervised Living – is provided in a residence in which the HCS program provider holds a property interest. Supervised Living is provided by residential assistance providers who provide services and supports as needed by individuals and who are present in the residence during normal sleeping hours
4. Residential Support – provided to individuals by daily shift staff or by an individual staff member with periodic relief staff.
Residential assistance includes the following: