Healthy Independence Program (HIP)
The Healthy Independence Program supports adults with intellectual disabilities by providing Day Service Programming and Independent Living Supports.
Adult Day Services
Network 4 Change’s Adult Day Services is a combination of community and facility based, person centered programming. Individuals are supported in a variety of activities based on their individual goals, interests, and skills. Day Program activities consist of community work placements, life skill development, recreational activities, and community volunteer opportunities.
All activities are designed to encourage pre-employment skill building, independent living skills, social/relationship skills, and most importantly fun.
Supported Independent Living
Our Supported Independent Living services provide individuals with the supports necessary to reside safely and successfully in the comfort of their own home.
The supports provided is uniquely tailored to each person’s needs and can consist of budgeting, grocery shopping, meal preparation, household responsibilities, and medical support.
Referrals to Adult Day Services and Supported Independent Living typically come from Community Living disABILITY Services, School Divisions, other family service agencies, and families/support networks. Individuals and their support team can tour the Network 4 Change buildings, meet staff, and ask any question they may have.