Adults

Intervention Services

BEHAVIORAL FITNESS (BFit) PROGRAM

CSS's Behavioral Program is designed to support individuals exhibiting behaviors that are adversely affecting their daily routines. We are committed to the principles of Applied Behavioral Analysis and Positive Behavioral Intervention & Supports.

Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) Services

CSS ABA Services - Our BFit Field Consultants specialize in children and adults with behavior disorders caused by a variety of developmental disabilities including autism. We work with families in diverse settings and in partnership with many service providers and members of an individual’s support team. Techniques can be used in structured situations such as a classroom lesson as well as in "everyday" situations such as family dinnertime or the neighborhood playground.

BFit Center

The BFit Center will support individuals in crisis as an alternative to acute care hospitals and emergency rooms. It is a safe and secure environment where trained staff and an individual can focus on why the BFit Center’s services were necessary and what can be done to prevent future behaviors of concern. The BFit Center is available 24/7, 365 days a year and the individuals’ stay is 8 to 23 hours to ensure the best outcomes and quick stabilization.

For additional information contact:

BFit Program Manager

417-624-4515

bfit@cssmo.org

 

Recreation & Leisure Services

Activities and Programs geared toward adults with developmental disabilities.

GROWING OPPORTUNITIES AND LIFE SKILLS (Known as our “G.O.A.L.S.” program)

This program offers a wide variety of age appropriate activities designed to promote growth and independence. Programs range from Art and Craft classes, to classes about Building Personal Relationships.

Events calendar

WEEKEND AWAY PROGRAM (Known as our “Short Term Community Living” program)

This program offers a chance for adults to spend time away from their family support to work on skills needed for independence.

 

Community Living Programs

These programs provide staff support up to 24 hrs a day, thus allowing persons with disabilities to remain living in their own home and be active participants in the community.

COMMUNITY LIVING SKILLS

Our Community Advocacy Support Program (CASP) offers services in the community and in your home to assist in developing essential life skills necessary for independent living. Trained staff work one on one with you to develop your individual life skills that may include skills ranging from making healthy lifestyle choices, maintaining a home, or managing a budget.

SUPPORTED LIVING

This program offers highly qualified and trained staff to provide support based on each person's unique needs in their own home.

  • Support provided for individuals in their own home.
  • Up to 24 hours per day, based on need.
  • Assist with all aspects of independent living; from cooking to budgeting.
  • Highly qualified staff trained in CPR, First Aid, Medication Administration, and person-centered approaches.
  • Nurse support available 24 hours per day.

GROUP HOME LIVING

We have two group homes in Jasper county that specialize in caring for individuals with increased medical needs.

  • Each home can support up to 6 people.
  • Highly qualified staff trained in CPR, First Aid, Medication Administration, and person-centered approaches.
  • Nurse support available 24 hours per day.
  • Each home is equipped with a State of the Art Lift Systems for safety.

IN-HOME SERVICES (Known as our “Family Solutions” program)

This program offers staff support to Adults in the comfort and security of their own home. Provides assistance with daily household actives and personal care. 

TRANSPORTATION

This program provides residents of Jasper County with accessible transportation to and from work.

Upcoming Events


Youth Bowling

Children & Adolescents


Dinner Club

Adults

Join us for some delicious food!


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