All Pointe Care Services
All Pointe Care operates under three separate departments so each case can get the individualized attention and care it deserves. Our licensed team works with the State of Connecticut, medical specialists, counselors, and other professionals to provide our clients with personalized, nurturing, effective, and compassionate services.
Community and Family Support Services & Group Home Staffing
Since our founding in 2000, our philosophy has been that “lives are greatly helped when trusting professionals are involved”. Our Community and Family Support Services & Group Home Staffing department provides unique, individualized care to each and every one of our individuals.
Interim Staffing and One-on-One Services: We provide quality staffing services to community-based agencies and residential service providers.
We specialize in supporting:
- Group homes and day programs that support individuals with disabilities.
- Youth living in short-term family integrated treatment programs (S-Fit).
- Short-term assessment & respite (STAR) homes.
- Adolescent therapeutic group homes, residential programs, and temporary shelters.
- One-on-one’s in schools, daycare centers, summer camps, nursing homes, and hospitals.
Interim staffing services are provided on an as-needed basis and will meet the needs and requirements of the service provider or agency that we are working with. We work to ensure that our staff meets the same requirements as your agency to ensure quality care and service to the individuals in your program.
One-on-one support services are provided to children and adults in various settings. It is our objective to assist in maintaining the placement of each individual we support and to provide the companionship needed to keep the individual safe and healthy in their home, placement, and/or program.
Clinical Consultations and Assessments: Diagnostic/functional assessments involve the integration of information from multiple sources. Assessments are requested when there is a concern that a child or youth has a mental health and/or substance abuse issue that may require treatment. The assessment includes an initial face-to-face screening, observation of the child or youth, and collateral information and interviews with family members, caregivers, treatment providers and others as deemed appropriate. The purpose of the assessment is to determine the child or youth’s strengths and limitations, functional capacity, needs and/or disabilities; develop a differential diagnosis; to identify natural supports; and to develop or review an individualized service plan.
Supervised Visitation: All Pointe Care fosters positive parent-child relationships by providing a safe and nurturing environment for visitation. Supervised visitation is provided by bachelor and master leveled social workers and human service workers. All Pointe Care provides visitation for parents and children as well as siblings and extended family members. Visitation can take place in the community, in the home, or in another agreed upon location. Documentation is provided for all sessions.
Parent Education and Parent Coaching: All Pointe provides parent education services to both traditional and non-traditional families. Our program utilizes the Nurturing Parenting Curriculum which provides a family-centered and trauma informed approach to enhancing nurturing parenting skills. Sessions are conducted one-on-one with parents in an effort to support their individualized adult learning style.
Additionally, we can conduct family sessions also referred to as parent coaching which includes both parents and children. When the curriculum sessions are co-occuring with the parent coaching sessions, the parent educator is able to work with the parent(s) on applying what they are learning into their family sessions. Sessions include role modeling and hands on supportive interventions to assist parents and children with quality time. Family sessions provide the perfect opportunity for teaching moments and positive reinforcement of successful parenting skills.
Temporary Care Services: Temporary care is a service that provides a short-term break or intervention for a child or youth when the caregiver is unavailable. This service provides a variety of interactive activities that will meet the child’s or youth’s basic health, educational, nutritional, and daily living needs. Activities and the location for services are mutually agreed upon by the treatment team and caregiver.
Support Staff: Support staff is a service designed to address the individualized needs or a child or youth who may be exhibiting mild to moderately challenging behaviors in the home, in school, or in the community. This service provides a range of life supports focused on making positive decisions and behavioral choices, assisting with attaining social and emotional gains, connecting with positive peer and other community supports and reinforcing success in school.
Therapeutic Support Staff: Therapeutic support staff is a service designed to address the individualized needs of a child or youth. Identified children or youth receiving this service may have a current diagnosed behavioral health condition that is substantially interferes with, or limits the child or youth’s role or functioning in family, school, or community activities. This service includes a combination of structured and enrichment activities consistent with identified case plan objectives.
Community Based Life Skills: A community-based service model that focuses on the development and enhancement of the participant’s knowledge of essential life skills to promote preparation for adulthood and self-sufficiency. Through program design and content, the model goal is to support and maintain a youth’s connection with the community as the youth matures.
Learning inventory of skills trainings (L.I.S.T.) assessment tool and experiential learning approaches, provides youth with a set of skills necessary to assist in their transition from care to self-sufficiency. This service includes an individualized life skills assessment, followed by an individualized and small group experiential learning opportunities.
For more information, please contact Carrie Czekierda, director of Community and Family Support Services and Group Home Staffing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Individualized Residential and Community Services
All Pointe Care, LLC offers a wide range of programs and services to adults and children with varying levels of disabilities, mental health conditions, behavioral concerns, and other special needs. Our Support Staff focus on developing the individual’s social skills and establishing their independence through the use of behavioral and therapeutic consultation. We serve individuals throughout the state of Connecticut.
Day Support: In our Day Support program, our main focus is to help our individual find and maintain employment. We prepare the individual for work and/ or community participation, support meaningful socialization, leisure, and retirement activities as well.
Home Support: Our focus in our Home Support program is to implement strategies to address behavioral, medical, or other needs identified in the individual’s plan. This includes assisting in mobility or travel training. We also provide training in basic consumer skills such as shopping or banking as well as assisting with all personal care activities.
Personal Support: This service strives to provide the best support at home and in the community as well as meeting individuals day to day activities and living needs.
Community Inclusion Program: Our goal in this program is to increase the individual’s community safety and awareness. We also assist individuals in community activities available at the YMCA as well as the Boys and Girls Club.
Behavioral and Therapeutic Consultations: We focus on the development of our individuals by helping them find solutions that work specifically for them. We meet with the individual and their families to develop an individual plan with the goal to increase all positive behaviors. We also train the families and Support Staff on the plan, oversee plan implementation, and conduct ongoing evaluations.
Job Coach/ Supported Employment: In this program, a staff member goes to work with the individual and provides training and support while gradually reducing time and assistance at the work site.
Life Skills Coach: We provide training in day-to-day activities, preparing the individual to live independently by providing training in basic consumer skills such as banking, budgeting, and shopping. Training will be provided to enhance the individual’s ability to live on their own with skills such as meal preparation, laundry, and cleaning.
Community Mentor: Assisting in day-to-day activities and daily living needs such as providing social interactions, light housekeeping, meal preparation, laundry and shopping. We also provide transportation and initiate leisure activities.
For more information, please contact Kathryn Wood, Director of Residential and Community Services at email@example.com