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FACILITY BASED SERVICES include individualized and group instruction in the areas of developmental skills, pre-vocational skills, communication skills, cognitive learning, cooking skills, daily living skills, exercise and range of motion therapy, community participation and more.   Facility based services may also include 1:1 services and other small groups.

ARTS AND CRAFTS:   Holiday cards, thank you notes, get well cards and other educational and leisure time arts and crafts.

MULTI-MEDIA CENTER:   Computer skills, reading skills, proper telephone use and etiquette, functional library skills, etc.

VARIETY SHOP:   Gardening, fishing, sewing, quilting, etc.

PRE VOCATIONAL TRAINING:  Service recipients receive individual instruction in the areas of vocation training such as stuffing envelopes, sanding, sorting small parts, bolt/nut/washer assembly and other vocational activities that assist the person in following directional skills to become employed.

CHOIR PRACTICE:   Melodic/harmonic techiques, hand bells, music therapy, choral concerts, musicals, etc.

TRANSPORTATION:   Hilltoppers provides transportation to and from the person's home to the day center, community paricipation, medical appointments and other necessary places.

COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES - COMMUNITY AWARENESS:
Community awareness activities consist of but are not limited to the following:


   •  Current events - discussing local and world news
   •  Food/Coat drives
   •  Writing letters to the Armed Forces
   •  Touring City and County establishments
   •  Projects to assist others in disasters
   •  Learning survivor words
   •  Building relationships in the community - Making hats for Bread Of Life Mission
   •  Community involvement - volunteering - Visiting nursing homes & hospitals
   •  Making parade floats
   •  Recognizing highway, emergency and survival signs
   •  Learning to use local resources such as utilities, banks, library, recreational facilities, etc.

TRANSPORTATION:   Hilltoppers provides transportation to and from the person's home to the day center, community participation events, medical appointments and other necessary places.

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Further updates were performed by Jan reed, current updates performed by Matt Cowart.
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