Grand Forks Growth and Support Center is a non-profit facility-based day habilitation program for adults ages 18 and older. The agency is licensed by the North Dakota Department of Human Services Developmental Division and is accredited by The Council on Quality and Leadership (CQL).
Day Habilitation services are scheduled activities, formalized training, and staff supports typically provided in a non-residential setting to promote skill development for the acquisition, retention, or improvement in self-help, socialization, and adaptive skills. Activities focus on improving a participant's sensorimotor, cognitive, communication, and social interaction skills. The goal of this service is to enable the participant to attain or maintain his or her maximum physical, intellectual, emotional and social functional level in a safe and least-restricted environment. Day Habilitation services should facilitate and foster community participation as indicated in each participant's person-centered service plan.
What the three "P's" mean:
Behind the mission statement
Encouraging and supporting personal development to meet individualized goals.
Enriching lives through community involvement, meaningful friendships, and volunteer activities.
Providing ethical and person-centered support in a caring environment, guiding individuals toward fulfilling their life vision including: goals, hopes and dreams.
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