COR Health’s Rehabilitative Community Support Services are designed to improve the functional abilities of children under the age of 21 who have been negatively impacted by the effects of cognitive impairments and/or functional limitations. These services are funded by MaineCare and operate within the rules and regulations of Section 28. The child must meet certain eligibility requirements to receive services.
COR Health applies a positive, strengths based, team approach with a focus on continuous improvement, empowerment, and achievement. COR Health is committed to utilizing evidence-based practices, providing trauma informed services, and being a co-occurring capable program. Services are focused on skill building which includes behavior modification and management, social development, and acquisition and retention of developmentally age-appropriate skills to support the highest level of functional independence possible.
Services May Include:
The overall goal of these services is a demonstrated increase in independence with level of functioning, skill development, well-being, and stability in the home and community. Successful services include parental involvement. A Field Supervisor (FS) will work with the family and client’s treatment team to build and support the implementation of an Individual Treatment Plan (ITP) outlining treatment priorities and methods. A Behavioral Health Professional (BHP) will implement the ITP by working with the client one on one on a weekly basis. The ITP will be reviewed and updated with supporting data every 90 days. The FS will coordinate monthly meetings including individuals that are involved in the child’s treatment.