A Medicaid Waiver can pay for a number of different services available at Maple Seed Farms so there is no cost to a family. These services could be at The Farm, in the community, or the family home.
Our programs can be in a group setting or 1:1. We'll cover a wide range of topics including: housekeeping skills, teamwork, or even job training skills. These are all available in the warm, natural environment of a family home in a farm setting.
Our Day Program (Facility Habilitation Individual and/or Group) gives individuals an opportunity to socialize, learn new skills, and enjoy a meaningful day.
Activities at Maple Seed Farms include cooking, community volunteering, arts and crafts, and activities of daily living. Each individual has goals specific to their area of interest and need as well as to their functioning level. These are monitored by MSF staff in an easy to understand manner to help show individuals and their families their progress.
Individuals can also participate in skill-building groups that address issues such as communication, relationships, community safety, hygiene, menu planning, shopping, budgeting, and other topics that help improve their quality of life.
Facility Habilitation Individual and Group (FHG4/IO): are services provided here at the Farm and can be in a group setting of 4:1 or on a 1:1 basis. This provides supportive learning and assistance in self-care, daily living skills, communication, social skills, leisure activities, educational activities, and acquiring other skills that enable the individual to become more independent, integrated and productive in the community.
Home and Community Based Services
Community Habilitation Individual and Group (CHG4/IO): provides skills such as leisure activities, daily living skills, volunteer opportunities or developing hobbies in the community on a 1:1 or 4:1 group basis.
Respite services (RSPO): are usually short-term “breaks” for the individuals caregiver(s) and allow the individual to work on personalized goals. The respite hours can take place in the individual’s home working on activities of daily living or in the community assisting the individual with safety or relationships skills.
Participant Assistance Care (PAC): a non-goal based service whereas the direct support professional assists the individual served with daily living skills in all areas in the community, facility or at home.
Our focus includes: the ability to effectively communicate, functioning as a team member, daily living activities, money management, building and maintaining friendships and much more. These classes are a great opportunity to develop new skills while building friendships!
Classes are held Saturdays from 10am to 1pm and 1:30pm to 4:30pm.
Class size is limited to four participants.
For more information, to explore our Waiver programs, to apply for the Medicaid Waiver, or to complete an enrollment packet, please contact us below!