Residential Habilitation and Support (RHS)
Residential Habilitation and Support Services, or RHS, is a service for people with developmental disabilities and funded through the Family Support Medicaid Waiver (FSW), Community Integration Medicaid Waiver (CIH), or the Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Services (BDDS). RHS provides staffing supports in a person’s home (living with family members, living anywhere where a lease agreement is in place, or living in an apartment/home with roommates) and the community. The goal of RHS is to help the person develop, improve, and retain his/her skills.
RHS is individualized care designed to meet a person’s immediate need(s). An individualized plan (ISP) is in place and Indy Developmental Residental Service will comply with said plan. RHS can include the following:
Family Caregiving is a service for people with developmental disabilities and is funded through the CIH Medicaid waiver. The individual is living with and under the care of a parent/guardian, non-family member (i.e. foster care), or other family member. Through family caregiving, daily assistance, supervision, and other services are provided by the appointed caregiver. The caregiver is employed, trained, and paid by Indy Developmental Residental Service.
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Respite Care Services
Respite Care Services (Respite) is a service for people with developmental disabilities and funded via CIH Medicaid waiver or FS Medicaid waiver. Respite provides short-term care for those unable to do so on their own. This is usually due to an absence of those who normally provide his/her care.
Respite May Include the Following: