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Comfort Zone provides a coordinated program of services for medically fragile, intellectual and developmental adults, and seniors. These types of services are available to adults who need assistance or supervision in a safe environment in and outside the home.


Community Residential Alternatives (CRA)

Comfort Zone provides various living options to people with developmental disabilities who are in search of more independent living.  These residential services are available to individuals who require intense levels of residential support in small group settings of four or fewer or in host home/life-sharing arrangements. Services include a range of interventions that focus on training and support in one or more of the following areas: eating and drinking, toileting, personal grooming and health care, dressing, communication, interpersonal relationships, mobility, home management and use of leisure time.


Community Living Services (CLS)

Comfort Zone can provide regularly scheduled services that assist individuals in maintaining a healthy and productive life at home and in the community through Living Hope, Inc.  These services are individually tailored supports that assist with the acquisition, retention or improvement of skills related to participants’ continued residence in their family homes with positions, such as, companion sitter, patient care assistants, and nursing assistance.


Community Access Individual (CAI)

Community Access is designed to help participants acquire, retain or improve self-help, socialization and adaptive skills required for active participation and independent functioning outside the home with a 1 to 1 staff/individual ratio.


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Community Access Group (CAG)

Comfort Zone owns and operates a day program (Liz & Karyn Adult Day Health Service) that provides opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities to participate in meaningful activities within their own communities.  Along with community based activities, our day program also provides transportation services that enable participants to gain access to and from the day program, in addition to, other community services, activities, resources, and organizations typically utilized during day program hours.


Specialized Medical Supplies (SMS)

Through waiver services, Comfort Zone also utilizes SMS services, which consist of food supplements, special clothing, diapers, bed wetting protective sheets and other authorized supplies specified in the Individual Service Plan.


Skilled Nursing Services

Skilled Nursing Services identify/address participants’ medical needs.  These services promote prevention or management of medical needs through communication with support team (home, doctors, Support Coordinators, etc.) and continual training on individual specific considerations.  Comfort Zone operates with qualified and experienced Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA), Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN), and Registered Nurses (RN) to facilitate independent functioning, as much as possible.  This service can only be provided if ordered by individual primary physician AND documented in their Individual Support Plan (ISP).


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