Southern Iowa Resources for Families, Inc.

“Empowering People”

Our Mission

The mission of Southern Iowa Resources for Families, Inc. is to enhance quality of life, promote individual dignity and empower people to live as naturally interdependent as possible in our communities.

To accomplish our mission, we will commit to:

  1. Identify, develop and provide quality services necessary to accomplish our mission including but not limited to residential, vocational, educational social and health care programs.

  2. Promote dignity, individualism and choice to all individuals served.

  3. Provide leadership, collaboration and partnership within the communities to individuals served, public and private sectors and other stakeholders.

  4. Be innovative and instrumental in building communities that support the mental and physical health and well-being of individuals and families.

  5. Provide education and training to individuals, families, employees and the community related to our mission.

Home & Community Based Services (HCBS) Waiver

Provides services to those with an intellectual disability in their homes to remain independent and access the community.  For more information about waiver programs, please contact your case manager.

CDAC - Consumer-Directed Attendant Care

SCL - Supported Community Living

Intellectual Disability Waiver

*SCL *Respite *CDAC *Vocational *Transportation

Brain Injury Waiver

*SCL *Respite *CDAC *Vocational *Transportation

 

Physical Disability Waiver

*CDAC *Respite *Medical Monitoring

 

Habilitative Services

Provides services to those with an intellectual disability by promoting skill development to be independent.

*SCL

 

Individualized Services

We meet with everyone we serve on a regular basis and help him/her to develop a plan of care based on what he/she desires and needs.

Vocational Programs

Supported Employment

Personalized assistance in learning new work skills, searching for employment, training at new jobs, and maintain employment in their communities.

*HCBS *HS *County

 

Special Olympics Events

Softball, Volleyball, Bowling, Basketball, Track and Field, Bocce Ball, Swimming

 

Other Events

Dances, Movies, Rodeos, Trips, Shopping, Concerts, Game Nights, Sporting Events

Skill Development and Assistance

Medication Management

Budgeting and Banking

Shopping

Cooking and Nutrition

Cleaning

Socialization

Legal Assistance

Medical Appointments and Care

Transportation

Community Access to Services

Safety

Supervision

Adult Day Program

Coping Skills and Techniques

 

SIRF Staff

Prior to employment SIRF staff are screened using criminal, adult abuse and child abuse background checks, plus drug tests. All SIRF staff have received training in CPR, first aid, mandatory reporting, medication management, consumer rights and HIPPA certification.  All SIRF staff have also received training as required by State and Federal regulations and accreditation requirements.

 

Prior to employment SIRF staff are screened using criminal, adult abuse and child abuse background checks, plus drug tests.

 

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