PLAN’s mission is to provide peace of mind for people with serious, chronic disabilities and their families – today, tomorrow, and for a lifetime. We answer the heart-wrenching question “Who will care for my loved one with a disability when I no longer can?” by combining the expertise of seasoned professionals with the warmth and caring of family. Our goal is to provide long term quality services that enhance the quality of life for people with disabilities now and over the course of their lifetimes.
We help families develop a comprehensive long-term plan of care, created specifically for each individual that includes:
Our team views your loved one as family and provides companionship, emotional support, transportation, social outings, home maintenance help, advocacy, help with medical concerns, and crisis intervention like the following:
People with disabilities can be isolated and lonely, prevented from engaging in community activities due to lack of funds, transportation, and friends. PLAN’s Recreation Program reduces such isolation by offering a monthly calendar of recreational activities, the majority of which are community based, where people can socialize, have fun, and feel like a part of things!
PLAN offers an intensive, evidence based cognitive rehabilitation program designed improve the neuro and social cognitive functioning of people diagnosed with schizophrenic illnesses. “Coaches” certified by the Center for Cognition and Recovery in Cleveland, Ohio (www.cetcleveland.org) lead CET group members through a year long course of study that improves short term memory, attention to task, concentration, and cognitive processing speed, which is overlaid with a social cognitive curriculum that jump starts their stalled social cognitive development. CET addresses the negative symptoms of schizophrenia and can result in:
PLAN wants to help your family member we can, no matter your budget. We can determine the appropriate plan for your family member based on your budget and their needs. We work with attornies and trust departments to make arrangements for funding PLAN involvement long-term by billing special needs trusts to fund long term PLAN services.