We Offer a Range of Services and Supports
Services and Supports may include:
- Individualized Coaching
To promote independence and involvement in community life by identifying and working on targeted goals.
- Teaching Skills
Related to personal finance, health, shopping, use of community resources, community safety, and other social and adaptive skills.
- Training and Education in Self-Determination and Self-Advocacy
To prepare participants to exercise control and responsibility over services and supports they receive.
- Transition Training
To provide information and resources for families in conjunction with TILL’s services for children and adolescents.
- TILL Micro-Apartments: Transitional Supported Living
Provides transitional housing with a flexible level of support for adults with learning differences. Each studio-style micro-apartment includes a kitchenette with a microwave, sink, refrigerator, counter space and eating area, sleeping quarter, living area, and a small bathroom. A welcoming community room provides space for people to share meals and gather to socialize. TILL support staff work with each person on assessed skill areas such as money and time management, personal organization, meal preparation, and oversight of self medication, and while providing the "invisible net of support" which is so valuable for growth.
Services can be funded through public funding, private arrangements or a combination of both. Availability of public funding is determined through the application and eligibility process.
For more information on all of our residential options, please contact:
Alan White, Director of Individualized Support Options
Referral and Application Form
For more information or to apply for TILL's Individualized Supports, please fill out our Referral and Application Form. We are ready to answer any questions and help you determine the right supports for you.
Apply for Individualized Support