Early Intervention Service Coordination
Happiness House provides an ongoing Service Coordinator to each family whose child needs to access services. The Service Coordinator provides advocacy for the child and family, ensures access to all needed services, makes referrals to community-based services such as doctors and support groups, and monitors all services for satisfaction. As the child reaches age three, the Service Coordinator also assists the family with the transition to pre-school services. Service Coordinators are available at both the Canandaigua and Geneva sites.
Pre-School Service Coordination
Happiness House provides service coordination to children who qualify under the Office for People with Developmental Disabilities regulations. The Service Coordinator acts as an advocate for the child with the school district, refers the child to community resources such as doctors and recreation programs, links the child and family to available support and services, and monitors all services for satisfaction. As the child is ready to move into the school system, the Service Coordinator assists the family with the transition process. Service Coordinators are available at both the Canandaigua and Geneva sites.
Care at Home Service Coordination
Happiness House provides Care at Home Service Coordination III, IV and VI to those that meet eligibility requirements. The Care at Home Medicaid Waiver programs are administered by the New York State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities. This program is designed to assist families of children with developmental disabilities combined with severe medical conditions living at home.
For more information about Happiness House Service Coordination, please contact Katie Principio at (315) 789-6828 or firstname.lastname@example.org.