Ferro Network - adult developmental needs network

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adult developmental needs network - Ferro Network


Parent Empowerment Network (PEN) - E-mail community of parents with disabilities, people with disabilities who hope someday to become parents, and (where applicable) nondisabled partners of parents with disabilities. It is a means of connecting with other parents, through an . Special Needs Network is a non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to addressing the needs of underserved families struggling with raising a child with developmental disabilities.

Residential Services. Our residential homes provide hour support to adults (ages 18+) with an intellectual or developmental disability. Skilled professional direct support staff provide personal care and community living support, including assistance with bathing, dressing, range of motion exercises, sensory programs, and behavioral support. Day Programs: Includes Developmental Training (DT), Supported Employment (SEP) and Adult Day Care (ADC) Developmental Training (Day Habilitation): Assistance with acquisition, retention, or improvement in self-help, socialization and adaptive skills that takes place in non-residential settings, separate from the participant’s private.

The NH developmental services system offers adult individuals with developmental disabilities a wide range of supports and services within their own communities. Established in by career development expert, Richard Knowdell, the Network is an international non-profit association of career practitioners who work with youth and adults in job or career transition.