Developing Daily Living Skills & New Friendships
Our Health Related Services (HRS) program is customized for individuals with restricted health conditions, as well as developmental disabilities. HRS provides Activities of Daily Living (ADL) skills development, social interaction, leisure activities, sensory stimulation activities, and community integration. Each program component is individualized so persons served with varied physical abilities can participate. ADL personalized skill training can include learning to write one's name, feeding oneself, and habit training for toileting. A cooking class on buying and preparing simple foods is offered, as are available volunteer opportunities. Many HRS persons served are nonverbal and communicate through sounds and eye contact. The HRS staff is sensitive to each person's served communication method, enabling understanding of emotional, physical and activity needs.
Other HRS activities include arts and crafts, music appreciation, story time, and adaptive games. Community integration is an extremely important component of a person's served social well-being. Planned community activities expose persons served to new experiences and new friends beyond the HRS program.
The HRS exercise/sensory stimulation component also varies by persons served. Persons served may utilize an adaptive swing, play parachute with other persons served, and enjoy rest in a reclining rocker. We provide passive ROM (Range of Motion) to our persons served.
The HRS program is six hours per day (8:00 AM-2:00 PM), with staff to persons served ratios of 1:1 or 1:2. Nursing staff include Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVNs) / Licensed Psychiatric Nurses (LPTs), and a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) who ensure person's served nursing needs are addressed, including providing assistance with gastrostomy tube feedings, urinary catheterization, blood sugar checks with insulin administration, colostomy care, seizure management, and medication administration.
Program at a Glance
- Licensed by Community Care Licensing
- Funded by Regional Center of Orange County
- Transportation funded by Regional Center of Orange County
- Facility and community integration
- LVN/LPT and CNA on staff
- Ratios are 1:1 and 1:2
For more information, please contact Sunny Leos, R.N., 949-837-7280 ext. 328.
If you would like to donate new or gently used items to Vocational Visions, our HRS program has a supply donation wish list here for helpful items that will enhance our programming.
You may purchase your donation(s) through other outlets and drop them off to us in-person during our regular business hours or mail your donation(s) to our main address which is our Pala building. We do not receive mail at our Alambre building.
We are happy to receive reusable items that are gently worn. If you would like to donate gently used items, please contact us and let us know the item(s) and the program you wish to donate to.
Thank you for considering a donation to our HRS program.