Our Programs & Services
While attending LEE (Learning Enrichment Experiences) Services, participants are provided with a variety of experiences and opportunities that enrich lives, maximize their potential for self-sufficiency, and expand their interests. All activities are age-appropriate, offering variety and choice that emphasize community integration and focus on small groups as well as individual interactions.
Instructions and participation occur in one-to-one settings or small groups of one skill instructor – Direct Support Professional (DSP) - to three participants, or one DSP to five participants with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) depending on their identified outcomes as stated in the Service Delivery Plans. Each learning enrichment experience is provided in 30 to 60-minute sessions.
At LEE Services, we focus on skill-building that assists participants with IDD navigate through the world. Our emphasis is on creating a social environment geared towards providing opportunities for enhanced relationships and connections with others who may or may not have IDD. Areas of Learning Enrichment Experiences (LEE) will include the following:
Day Habilitation Services provide education and training to acquire the skills and experience needed to participate in the community, consistent with the participant’s Service Plan. This may include activities to support participants with building problem-solving skills, self-help, social skills, adaptive skills, activities of daily living, and leisure skills. Day Habilitation activities and environments are designed to foster the acquisition of skills, building positive social behavior and interpersonal competence, greater independence and interdependence as well as personal choice.
Community- Based Supports
Community-Based Supports Services are activities that provide direct support and assistance for participants, with or without the caregiver present, in or out of the participant’s residence, to achieve and/or maintain the outcomes of increased independence, productivity, enhanced family functioning, and inclusion in the community, as outlined in his/her Service Plan. Community-Based Supports are delivered through one-on-one instruction with a participant and may include but are not limited to: assistance with community-based activities and assistance to, as well as training and supervision of, individuals as they learn and perform the various tasks that are included in basic self-care, social skills, and activities of daily living.
Prevocational Training services provide learning and work experiences, including volunteer work, where the participants can develop general, on-job-task-specific strengths and skills that contribute to employability in paid employment in integrated community settings. Services may include training in effective communication with supervisors, co-workers and customers, generally accepted community workplace conduct and dress, ability to give and follow directions, ability to attend to tasks, workplace problem-solving skills and strategies, as well as general workplace safety training.