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A flexible way of helping people who might otherwise struggle to cope with living independently in their own home. Resources include different areas of community support.

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4805 Green Road suite 103, Raleigh, North Carolina 27616, USA

The YES I/DD PSS Program serves individuals ages 6-55 who have been diagnosed with Intellectual Developmental Disability (I/DD) or sustained a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) diagnosis prior to age 22. In order to qualify for this FREE program, individuals must also have a dual diagnosis of a Severe Mental Illness (SMI) or Severe Emotional Disorder (SED) diagnosis such as a Mood Disorder or Depression.  We offer Peer Support Services for up to 3 hours per week provided by an assigned Peer Support Specialist for 90 days.  Our Peer Support Services are structured, scheduled interventions offered in the community. We address the person’s identified needs and goals and assist with connections to Long-Term Care Services.

Hendersonville, NC, USA, United States
  • outpatient in-home care and telehealth OT options

  • self-care and home management training

  • upper extremity rehabilitation

  • visual perceptual skills training

  • functional cognition skill building

  • functional mobility and transfers related to self-care

  • pre-vocational skills

  • community reentry skills

  • modified constraint induced movement therapy program to address weakness following stroke or brain injury

Contact Person: Shauna Young
North Carolina, United States 27596

Our primary focus is to work with ambulatory I/DD adult residents and TBI. We
encourage our residents to work part-time jobs and actively work with our direct care staff to find
hobbies and activities to encourage social growth and self-esteem. A key element of Higher Cause
Residence’s success is collaborating with the community agencies whenever possible. This emphasis on
collaboration helps ensure that individuals with developmental disabilities have as many options as