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High Fidelity Wraparound is an evidenced-based care coordination process that has been demonstrated as an effective way to support children and youth with serious behavioral health challenges to live successfully in the community with their families. The HFW process identifies and builds on strengths and culture of the youth, family, and support system to create integrated and individualized plans to address the needs of the youth and family that put the youth at risk of long-term residential placement. HFW is a process that provides youth and families with the skills and confidence to coordinate their own services and supports and builds the social and natural supports to sustain outcomes for the youth and family and reduce dependency on formal paid services.
The HFW Facilitator works with the support partners to engage the youth and family in the process and to help the identify and articulate their primary needs. Once this has been accomplished, the facilitator engages and prepares the team of people who are providing services and supports for the family and also facilitates the team meeting to ensure the team mission and goals address the priority needs and develop an effective, integrated plan that focuses on these needs. Once the plan is developed, the facilitator monitors implementation to ensure the plan meets the ongoing needs.
Concurrently, the facilitator communicates frequently with the youth and family and their team to monitor the effectiveness of the process through the phases and activities of HFW. The facilitator continually assesses the level of self-efficacy of the family and partially determines the success of the HFW process by how well the process builds confidence and skills for the youth and family.
· Maintains the system and professional involvement of the teams so that the goal of integrated planning is met.
· Ensures engagement with the youth and family occurs successfully.
· Crisis Stabilization
· Develops a partnership relationship with the family that helps them address and work through challenges to make changes in their lives.
· Develops the families Strengths, Needs, and Culture Discovery that defines the priority needs for the youth and their family
· Creates a safe, effective, and supportive team and plans that effectively meet priority needs.
· Connects the family to the proper resources and makes sure all parts of the plan are implemented in a timely fashion.
· Continuously facilitates meetings to encourage youth and family members to take a more active role in meeting facilitation.
· Helps the family to continue team support after formal facilitation ends.
· Broad experience with life and possess a diverse view of what families need to have better lives.
· Experience working directly with youth and their families in a variety of settings or lived with youth who have complex emotional needs.
· Must have an outgoing personality that supports engaging people from different cultures, ages, and backgrounds.
· Preferred that the individual has an understanding of and experience with different systems, including schools, mental health, child welfare, juvenile justice, health, and others.
· Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience may be substituted.
· Team player
At PRPS we help adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities live in private, family homes—known as Host Homes—where they can participate in the everyday activities of family and community life.
Individuals in our Host Home program receive personalized support from nurturing Host Home providers. Our Host Home Providers are very special people who open their homes to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities become so much more than just care providers; they are advocates, teachers, friends and family.
Host Home services may include:
Our Host Home program begins with a highly personalized matching process and focuses on personal choice. We look at the interests, skills and personalities of individuals and Provider in order to create that perfect match—one that leads to a meaningful, long-term relationship.
Every individual in our Host Home program is actively involved in planning their daily routine and the services they need to be successful. Backed by our clinical experts and experienced human services professionals, our Host Homes provide individuals with personalized services and countless opportunities to take part in the everyday activities of family life.
The number of units available for transportation services in 508 units per service plan year or approximately 42 trips per month
· Transportation in addition to day habilitation and supported employment is limited to 4 trips per week reimbursed at transportation band one.
· Child and Youth Mentorship include wraparound services to align strategies, interventions, and supports for the child/youth and family to prevent the need for out of home placement.
· Services may be utilized in maintaining stabilization, preventing crisis situations, and/or de-escalation of crisis situations.
-Crisis is an event, series of events, and/ or state of being greater than normal severity that becomes outside the manageable range for the child/youth and/or their caregivers and poses a danger to self, family, and/or community.
-Crisis may be self-identified, family identified, and/or identified by an outside party.
· Identification of unique strengths, abilities, preferences, desires, needs, expectations, and goals of the child/youth and family.
· Identification of needs for crisis prevention and intervention include:
a. Cause(s) of crisis and triggers that could lead to crisis.
b. Physical and behavioral health factors.
c. Education services.
d. Family dynamics.
e. Schedules and routines.
f. Current or history of police involvement.
g. Current or history of medical and behavioral health hospitalizations.
h. Current services
i. Adaptive equipment needs.
j. Past interventions and outcomes.
k. Immediate need for resources.
l. Respite services.
m. Predictive risk factors.
n. Increased risk factors.
· Development of a Wraparound Plan that includes action steps to implement support strategies, prevent and/or manage future crisis.
· Coordination among family caregivers, other family members, service providers, natural supports, professionals, and case managers required to implement the wraparound plan.
· Dissemination of wraparound plan to all involved in the plan implementation.
· Child and Youth Mentorship.
· Identification of follow-up services that may include:
a. Evaluation to ensure that triggers to crisis have been addressed in order to maintain stabilization and prevent crisis.
b. Ensure that follow-up appointments are made and kept.
· The wraparound plan incorporates all relevant supports, services, strategies, and goals from other service/treatment plans in place and serves as a single plan for all supports a child/youth and family needs to maintain stabilization, prevent crisis, and/or for de-escalation of crisis situations. This plan will include:
a. Environment modifications.
b. Support needs in the family home.
c. Respite services
d. Strategies for crisis triggers.
e. Strategies for risk factors.
f. Learning new or adaptive life skills.
g. Counselling/behavioral or other therapeutic interventions to further stabilize that individual emotionally and behaviorally and decrease the frequency and duration of future behavioral crises.
h. Medication management and stabilization.
i. Physical health.
j. Identification of training needs and connection to training for family members, natural supports, and paid staff.
k. Determination of criteria for stabilization in the family house.
l. Identification of how the plan will fade out once the child/youth has stabilized.
m. Contingency plan for out of home placement.
· Evaluation of the wraparound plan occurs at a frequency determined by the child/youth’s needs. Evaluation includes:
-Visits to the child/youth’s home
-Review of documentation
-Coordination with other professionals and/or members of the team to determine progress.
Basic Homemaker Services
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We specialize in care and daily living assistance to an array of individuals. Whether you need daily or weekly assistance due to aging, illness, recovery, or rehabilitation, our care givers will provide an individualized service that you can trust.
Pikes Peak Respite Services Hours: 24/7 Services: Respite Care, Community Connector, Personal Care and Homemaker Services
We understand that not one care plan fits all. Daily services can include anything from meal preparation, hygiene, cleaning, and supervision. We will take the time to get to know you and develop an individualized care plan that fits your specific needs.
Companionship is key to a trusted relationship with our caregivers. We not only strive to help you with everyday tasks but want to develop a caring relationship with you. We provide one-on-one attention and care that cannot compare in other settings.
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