Family Training

Family Training is a service provided to the participant's family. The Family Trainer works with the family to construct  family-oriented goals to benefit the Maryland Waiver participant. According to COMAR 10.09.56.17, During this service, a participant's family will be trained to provide one-to-one interventions with their child. The Family Trainer also teaches the family about interventions and modeling, skills training, maintaining their child safely at home, and how to use equipment specified in their child's plan of care.

Additionally, the family receives training in the following service areas:

  1. Habilitation;
  2. Self-Direction;
  3. Behavior Shaping and Management;
  4. Daily Living Skills,
  5. Socialization;
  6. Mobility; and
  7. Money Management.