- Adult Services Overview
- Day Habilitation
- Day Treatment
- Community Habilitation
- The Employment Connection
Providing family members with a needed respite from care-giving
Knowing how challenging it can be to care for someone with a disability, UCP of Long Island provides the family living with a person with a developmental disability a brief “respite.” Families have peace of mind knowing their family member is being supported by dedicated and responsible staff. Programs include:
Athletic http://californiahomehealthcare.org/cialis/ Respite
Offers supervision and instruction while encouraging individuals to participate in various gross motor activities including basketball, bowling, Wii Sports, dance games and many other sport-related activities. All activities are designed to promote exercise, team building and socialization among participants. Available on Monday and Wednesday afternoons.
Promotes self-development and self expression through art-related activities. Participants engage in various creative projects under staff supervision and instruction. Emphasis on group activities encourages team building and socialization among participants. Available on Monday and Wednesday afternoons.
Saturday Recreational Respite Program
Offers a wide variety of recreational activities in a relaxing environment that encourages socialization among participants. Activities include Nintendo Wii and Playstation, arts and crafts, gross motor activities, board games and holiday celebrations. Programs hours are from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; limited transportation services are provided.
The Thursday Club
On the second Thursday of every month, the club provides a relaxed atmosphere where individuals can share their interests and hobbies with others. A light dinner is provided.