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From Neighborhood Group Homes (NGH) to Community Living Arrangements (CLA), individuals who receive residential supports or participate in our disability and autism care programs and services in Delaware, depend on Community Interactions, Inc., to help them make their own choices and enjoy the same quality of life as others in their community.

Residential Services

CI’s neighborhood homes are specifically designed residences for five or fewer people. Licensed by the Division of Long-Term Care in the state of Delaware. Staffing and assisted living services for individuals with intellectual disability, autism and behavioral health services in each home in Delaware are based on everyone’s care level and their Essential Life Plan, as well as the combined needs of the home’s residents.

Residents engage in activities of daily living, as well as banking and money management, meal preparation, and housekeeping. Twenty-four hours per day, seven days per week, qualified staff support residents of each home as they participate in a range of interests, such as exercise, enjoyment of the outdoors, volunteerism and work in the community.

Community Living Arrangements

Community Interactions’ Community Living Arrangements (CLA) program in Delaware features smaller residential settings, such as apartments, with fewer people living together. The number of individuals living together varies with and staffing is based on each resident’s needs. Staff is present at all times, except when individuals’ Essential Life Plans include unsupervised time.

CI helps individuals to enjoy everything their community offers with day programs and activities for people in Delaware with an intellectual disability, autism and behavioral health services. They have access to a variety of options that support interaction with friends and neighbors in order to participate in leisure and recreational trips to beaches, museums, sporting events, skating and, for more active folks, horseback riding. Individuals in our disability and autism care programs in Delaware are encouraged to visit family and friends and to maintain the close relationships that enhance and nurture their quality of life.

Pre-Vocational & Supported Employment

Community Interactions is proud to offer pre-vocational training to individuals through a unique community-based program. Through volunteerism and outreach, individuals acquire and enhance professional and social skills and contribute to their community. For example, some of our program participants volunteer to assist seniors in nursing homes and senior centers with arts and crafts and Bingo, while others work in the thrift shop, collaborating with employees to sort clothes.

When they’re ready to begin their job search, Community Interactions’ Supported Employment Program assists individuals in successfully navigating employment in today’s competitive workplace. An array of services is available to each individual, including career counseling, vocational profile development, situational assessment, job development and placement, and job coaching.

CI’s Supported Employment Program staff collaborates with each individual to identify their interests, skills and abilities, work experience, and education. Our Employment Specialist works with them to set career goals, and assists them with resume writing, job application completion, job searches, and interview skills. Once they begin their position in a new workplace, the job coaching portion of the program supports the individual while they learn their job duties and responsibilities.

Contact us to learn more about our Delaware intellectual disability, autism and behavioral health services programs and services.