Supporting People in Their Own Homes
RSI's in-home services allow adults and children to live as independently as possible in their own homes. Our caring staff provide a variety of supports, geared toward all ages and abilities. We work with adults and children with a wide range of abilities throughout Northeast and East Central Minnesota.
RSI in-home services include:
Independent living skills counseling: focused on community and independent living skills, including communication, mobility, self-care and sensory motor development.
Respite care: primarily focused on supporting caregivers and families of people with disabilities by giving them a break for a few hours, or even a few days at a time.
In-home family support: helps adults and children with daily life management skills, such as self-care, socialization, sensory/motor development, behavior management, community living and healthy recreation.
Behavior aides: individualized plans to support adults and children with severe emotional disturbances, behavioral disorders or mental illness by helping them learn behavior modification and skills to cope with emotions, fears, stress and other factors.
Homemaker services: assistance with household organization and safety, errands, and emotional support.
Funding for most services is provided by waiver programs or Minnesota Medical Assistance. We are happy to assist you in contacting the appropriate department to become authorized for in-home and community living services.
Contact us to learn more about in-home services.