At Focus we take direction from the families we serve. Currently the average age of an individual receiving our services is 15 years old. To accommodate this demographic we have started several programs designed to provide the most meaningful, and age appropriate services we can. This has translated into a summer program for youth ages 8-22 and an afterschool program specifically designed for those youth in middle/high school.

As always we take great care in providing respite, day habilitation and any other services that may be called upon in a child’s waiver. Our care coordination and case management ensures your support is thorough and consistent. If the child does not yet receive Medicaid waiver services we provide other financial supports.

Short Term Assistance and Referral

STAR provides short term, individualized support to families caring for a loved one who experiences developmental disabilities.
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Developmental Disability

Respite care is available to provide short term relief from caring for a family member with special needs for qualified families.
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After School Program

The Focus After School Program (ASP) started in February of 2009 as a response to a growing need. Focus serves many working families with teens and young adult children receiving waiver and grant services.
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Summer Program

The Focus Summer Program is a day camp designed to meet the special needs of the people we serve. The program provides day habilitation and hourly respite services for young people with disabilities from age 6 to young adult.
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It is important for us as an agency to listen and address the needs of our families. We encourage families to comment on what we are doing and to provide ideas on what we could be doing better. One way of participating in this conversation is to attend our parent support group. This group provides an opportunity for parents to connect with one another and link the knowledge and resources to help all families navigate the system better.